In the past Van-Huy Nguyen has collaborated on articles with Yi-Ting Wu and Yu-An Ho. One of their most recent publications is Enhanced xylene removal by photocatalytic oxidation using fiber-illuminated honeycomb reactor at ppb level. Which was published in journal Journal of Hazardous Materials.

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Van-Huy Nguyen's Articles: (5)

Enhanced xylene removal by photocatalytic oxidation using fiber-illuminated honeycomb reactor at ppb level

Highlights•The combination of optical fiber and honeycomb significantly enhanced the performance of VOCs photodegradation.•The removal efficiency of m-xylene is enhanced to 96.5% as compared to 22.0% for UV irradiation alone.•Fiber-illuminated honeycomb reactor is the first step toward an industrial-scale technology on the removal of xylene.

Moderate-temperature catalytic incineration of cooking oil fumes using hydrophobic honeycomb supported Pt/CNT catalyst

Highlights•A honeycomb supported Pt/CNT catalyst achieved an excellent removal of cooking oil fumes.•Hydrophobic CNT can effectively expel the water on catalyst thus maintaining activity at high humidity.•Honeycomb support not only reduced the pressure drop but also used much less Pt catalyst by maintaining the same performance.

Influence of co-feeds additive on the photo-epoxidation of propylene over V–Ti/MCM-41 photocatalyst

Highlights•The presence of H2O, or H2 co-feed changes the reaction activity and the catalyst stability during photo-epoxidation.•A small amount of H2O leads to enhanced activity and stability, but excess H2O will cause surface site blocking.•The catalyst stability increases when acetaldehyde (AA) is enhanced, suggesting that AA accumulation lead to deactivation.

A dual-function photocatalytic system for simultaneous separating hydrogen from water splitting and photocatalytic degradation of phenol in a twin-reactor

Highlights•A novel dual-function photocatalytic twin-reactor is designed.•H2 production rate increased 2.7 times when using a twin-reactor, compared to that in a single reactor.•The oxidation of phenol simultaneously enhances the production of H2.•Pt was photo-deposited on SrTiO3 which was prepared by the solid-state fusion reaction.

Photocatalytic water splitting and hydrogenation of CO2 in a novel twin photoreactor with IO3−/I− shuttle redox mediator

Highlights•A twin photoreactor system improves significantly the photo quantum efficiency.•GaN:ZnO–Ni/NiO hydrogenates CO2 via the H2-generating from water splitting.•Pt/WO3, known as the O2-generating photocatalyst, produces O2 simultaneously.•The charge balance is accomplished by the aid of IO3−/I− redox mediator.

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