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B. , 2010). To improve their photocatalytical stability and photoactivity, sulfides, such as CdS, have been intercalated into the layers of some layered metal oxide. The photocatalytical activities for hydrogen evolution of CdS-intercalated composites were superior to those of CdS alone or to a physical mixture of CdS and the metal oxides (W. F. Shangguan, 2007). The improvement was attributed to the quick transfer of the photogenerated electrons from CdS to the metal oxides through the layered nanostructure.

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