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Electrochemical Photolysis of Water at a Semiconductor Electrode
Water photolysis is investigated by exploiting the fact that water is transparent to visible light and cannot be decomposed directly, but only by radiation with wavelengths shorter than 190 nm. Expand
Photoelectrocatalytic reduction of carbon dioxide in aqueous suspensions of semiconductor powders
WE report here the photoelectrocatalytic reduction of carbon dioxide to form organic compounds such as formic acid, formaldeyde, methyl alcohol and methane, in the presence of photosensitiveExpand
Measurement of the extinction coefficient of the methyl viologen cation radical and the efficiency of its formation by semiconductor photocatalysis
With a thin-layer spectroelectrochemical technique the molar extinction coefficient (epsilon) of the methyl vilogen cation radical (MV/sup +/.) has been measured to obtain, at the red peak, 13,700,Expand
A novel photo-sensitized polymerization of pyrrole
A novel photo-sensitized polymerization of pyrrole by the use of tris(2,2′-bipyridine)ruthenium(II) as a photo-sensitizer has been investigated in aqueous solution and in polymer matrix for theExpand
Recent topics in photoelectrochemistry: achievements and future prospects
The tremendous amount of research that has been carried out in the two closely related fields of semiconductor photoelectrochemistry and photocatalysis during the past three decades continues toExpand
Photoelectrochemical Reactions at SrTiO3 Single Crystal Electrode
Electrode characteristics of strontium titanate (SrTiO3) single crystal have been investigated under illumination with light of its intrinsic absorption region. It has been found that theExpand