RWTH Aachen

The 48th Construction Materials Conference:
Photocatalysis and EmscherCanal

At the end of October of 2014, the Institute for Construction Research (ibac) at the University of Technology, in Aachen, Germany (RWTH) conducted the 48th Construction Materials Conference at the University CongressCenter with the theme “Building conservation and building chemistry – from theory to application.”

Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Dietmar Stephan from the Department of Construction Materials and Construction Chemicals of TU Berlin presented the results of a current validation of the photocatalytic effects for reducing nitrogen oxides with titanium oxides. For this, the streets in the...

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