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Pt particles were deposited only on the (110) face as shown in Fig. 3a. This result indicates that the reduction mainly proceeded on the (110) face of rutile TiO2 nanorods. 3b,c shows that the PbO2 particles were deposited on the (111) faces. This means that the (111) face provides the oxidation site for rutile TIO2 nanorods. Our results suggest that the (110) face of rutile TiO2 nanorods provides an eﬀective reduction site and that the (111) face works as the oxidation site. Spatially separation of reaction sites on TiO2 nanorods such as reduction and oxidation sites are considered to be very ef icient for improvement of photocatalytic reactions.