In CaSO4, 3D porous structures are created using 3D printing technology and can then be activated with the right photo catalyst. TiO2 was chosen as the optimal photo catalyst for creating activated 3D structures so that their efficacy in degrading contaminants in wastewater could be studied. Photo catalysts can be employed for a variety of purposes, including antifouling, antifogging, energy storage and conservation, deodorization, sterilisation, self-cleaning, air purification, wastewater treatment, and more. Semiconductors' electrical structure causes them to behave as photo redox process sensitizers.

There are several substances with photocatalytic potential, but titanium dioxide is thought to be the most efficient. Titanium dioxide itself is safe and utilised in a variety of items, including food and cosmetics. The photocatalyst film's degradation process is environmentally friendly

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