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Perovskite Materials

Someshwar Pola

Osmania University

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Ruddlesden-Popper Dion-Jacobson Aurivillius Series Ferroelectrics Pyroelectric Photocatalysis Organic pollutantsInorganic-organic Perovskite Solar Cells Perovskite Magnetic Properties Nanoparticle Piezoelectric

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Perovskite materials are a very important class of materials for various applications in the field of material science. In general, perovskite-structured compounds, (ABO3), including layer-type perovskites, Ruddlesden–Popper phase, Aurivillius oxides, and composites type (SrTiO3/Fe3O4, SrTiO3/Cu2O, Ag3PO4/SrTiO3 and CdS/SrTiO3) systems have been used as photocatalysts in the degradation of organic pollutants and water-splitting. Many of them are titanium-based perovskites owing to their matching bandgap, excellent catalytic activity, high chemical and photostability. The bandgap energies of the titanium-based perovskites range between 2 – 4.5 eV, covering that of the visible light region. Nevertheless, most of these are bulk-type materials, generally associated with low surface area and pore size. Some cation- or anion-doped perovskites have been demonstrated to give reasonable to high-efficiency degradation of dyes under visible light irradiation. Even though, inorganic-organic perovskite materials with varying in halide ions are used in solar cells as active layer with different hole transporting materials and electron transporting layers are fabricated in solar cell devices.

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Someshwar Pola

Osmania University

Dr. Someshwar Pola is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Chemistry, Nizam College, Osmania University, Hyderabad. He received his Ph.D. in chemistry from Kakatiya University in 2006. In 2008 he started his post-doctoral fellowship at the Institute of Chemistry, Academia Sinica, Taiwan and finished it in 2013. He received a number of awards, some of which are : Best Paper award Kakatiya University, Star Award GVK Bioscience pvt. Ltd., Hyderabad, Best Safety Cash award Institute of Chemistry, Academia Sinica. He has nearly 40 papers published in SCI Journals and has published one book chapter at IntechOpen. Dr. Pola is a member of various committees in the university and department level, student coordinator in Skill development in laboratory techniques, placement officer for Department of Chemistry and a member in BOS for Department of Chemistry, Engineering College, O. U.

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