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New trends in polyoxometalate photoredox chemistry: from photosensitisation to water oxidation catalysis.
  • C. Streb
  • Chemistry
    Dalton transactions
  • 18 January 2012
A brief overview of general aspects of POM photochemistry is given and the advantages and challenges of a range of Pom-based systems for photooxidations and photoreductions are critically discussed with a focus on the development of sustainable solar light conversion systems.
Polyoxometalate-functionalized nanocarbon materials for energy conversion, energy storage and sensor systems
Composites based on polyoxometalates (POMs) and nanostructured carbon such as carbon nanotubes (CNTs) or graphene have attracted widespread attention as they combine the unique chemical reactivity of
Cobalt Disulfide Nanoparticles Embedded in Porous Carbonaceous Micro-Polyhedrons Interlinked by Carbon Nanotubes for Superior Lithium and Sodium Storage.
CoS2, serving as a model compound, provides excellent bifunctional energy storage performance and the lithium storage capability at elevated (dis-)charge rates appears to be substantially pseudocapacitive, thus benefiting from the highly porous nature of the nanocomposite.
Water Purification and Microplastics Removal Using Magnetic Polyoxometalate‐Supported Ionic Liquid Phases (magPOM‐SILPs)
Efficient, often quantitative removal of several typical surface water pollutants is reported together with facile removal of the particles using a permanent magnet.
Polyoxometalate-conductive polymer composites for energy conversion, energy storage and nanostructured sensors.
This perspective explores the "wiring" of highly redox-active molecular metal oxide anions, so-called polyoxometalates to conductive organic polymers (CPs), and the major synthetic approaches to these organic-inorganic hybrid materials are reviewed.
Unveiling the Transient Template in the Self-Assembly of a Molecular Oxide Nanowheel
The template’s role in the self-assembly mechanism is further confirmed by the deliberate addition of the template to the reaction mixture, which greatly accelerates the assembly time of the {Mo150} wheel and increases the yield.
Oxidation-driven self-assembly gives access to high-nuclearity molecular copper vanadium oxide clusters
We report a general fragmentation-and-re-assembly route which gives access to high-nuclearity, mixed-metal polyoxometalate clusters. Reduced vanadium(IV) precursors are oxidatively dis-assembled into
Adsorption of Cytochrome C on New Mesoporous Carbon Molecular Sieves
Carbon mesoporous molecular sieves have been prepared from SBA-15 materials synthesized at different temperatures. This allows the synthesis of hexagonally arranged mesoporous carbons with pore
Experimental and Theoretical Investigation of the Light-Driven Hydrogen Evolution by Polyoxometalate-Photosensitizer Dyads.
The study enables a knowledge-based optimization of HER dyads by chemical modification of the reactive metal oxide components.