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This chapter presents the modern research outcomes of photocatalytic degradation of hazardous dyes using various nanomaterials. Treatment of hazardous industrial waste is needed to control the pollution of the environment. In this chapter, nanomaterials in general and chalcogenide-based (sulfides, selenides and tellurides) nanomaterials, in particular, have been discussed for photocatalytic dye degradation. The degradation capabilities of pristine metal chalcogenides, and their composites with inorganic (metals, metal oxides, sulfides, selenides, and tellurides) and organic (carbon quantum dots, graphene oxide, reduced graphene oxide and carbon nitride) nanomaterials have been discussed and compared with each other.

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