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CuOx dispersion and reducibility on TiO2 and its impact on photocatalytic hydrogen evolution
Abstract Nanostructured CuOx/TiO2 (a mixture of Cu/Cu2O/CuO) was prepared by impregnation for enhancing photocatalytic hydrogen generation from an aqueous solution containing 10 v/v% methanol. At anExpand
Perovskite precursor solution chemistry: from fundamentals to photovoltaic applications.
Over the last several years, inorganic-organic hybrid perovskites have shown dramatic achievements in photovoltaic performance and device stability. Despite the significant progress in photovoltaicExpand
Structural features and their functions in surfactant-armoured methylammonium lead iodide perovskites for highly efficient and stable solar cells
Methylammonium lead iodide perovskites have limited practical applications due to a lack of stability under operating conditions. Environmental stability under heating has not yet been achieved,Expand
Thermal Stability of CuSCN Hole Conductor-Based Perovskite Solar Cells.
Although perovskite solar cells (PSCs) surpassing 20 % in certified power conversion efficiency (PCE) have been demonstrated with organic hole-transporting layers (HTLs), thermal degradation remainsExpand
Exploring Cu oxidation state on TiO2 and its transformation during photocatalytic hydrogen evolution
Abstract In-depth characteristic studies with H 2 activity and theoretical calculations were used to reveal the copper oxidation states most effective for photocatalytic hydrogen production whenExpand
Hydrogen evolution via glycerol photoreforming over Cu–Pt nanoalloys on TiO2
Abstract Hydrogen production by the photoreforming of a glycerol solution using a 0.08 mol% bimetallic Cu–Pt/TiO2 photocatalyst was investigated. CuOx–PtO2 deposits were loaded onto TiO2 particles byExpand
Organic carrier supported metallocene catalyst for olefin polymerization
The organic carrier supported metallocene catalyst of the present invention is prepared by preparing a ligand complex of a silicone compound having at least one halogen, an alkyl group and aExpand