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ISO 21066

Fine ceramics (advanced ceramics, advanced technical ceramics) - Qualitative and semiquantitative assessment of the photocatalytic activities of surfaces by the reduction of resazurin in a deposited ink film

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Organization: ISO
Publication Date: 1 September 2018
Status: active
Page Count: 24
ICS Code (Advanced ceramics): 81.060.30
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This document specifies a method, the Resazurin (Rz) ink test, for the qualitative assessment of the activity of a photocatalytic surface, and its classification as below, within, or above the applicable range of the test. The method then allows for the subsequent semiquantitative evaluation of the activities of photocatalytic surfaces that are within the applicable range of the test. In all cases, artificial ultraviolet (UV) radiation is used.

The test method specified is appropriate for use with all flat, smooth, photocatalytic surfaces, which are not macroporous, examples of which include: commercial photocatalytic glass, paint, tiles and awning materials. The method is not applicable to assessing the visible-light activity of photocatalytic surfaces, nor their ability to effect: air purification, water purification, self-cleaning or disinfection, although some relevant correlations have been reported[4][5].

Document History

ISO 21066
September 1, 2018
Fine ceramics (advanced ceramics, advanced technical ceramics) - Qualitative and semiquantitative assessment of the photocatalytic activities of surfaces by the reduction of resazurin in a deposited ink film
This document specifies a method, the Resazurin (Rz) ink test, for the qualitative assessment of the activity of a photocatalytic surface, and its classification as below, within, or above the...

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