What Is Photocatalysis?
Photocatalysis is the natural phenomenon through which a substance uses the energy of light (natural or artificial) to remove contaminants and harmful compounds. In the presence of air and light, the oxidation process is activated, decomposing contaminant organic and inorganic substances that come in contact with the photocatalytic surface.
How Does Photocatalysis Work?
The pollutants listed below are transformed through the photocatalytic process into gypsum (CaSO4+2H2O), calcium nitrate (Ca(NO3)2), and limestone (CaCO3), which are completely safe for people.
What It Does
Photocatalysis is effective at removing many toxic substances, including: