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Recent advances in semiconductors for photocatalytic and photoelectrochemical water splitting.
Photocatalytic and photoelectrochemical water splitting under irradiation by sunlight has received much attention for production of renewable hydrogen from water on a large scale. Many challengesExpand
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Scalable water splitting on particulate photocatalyst sheets with a solar-to-hydrogen energy conversion efficiency exceeding 1.
Photocatalytic water splitting using particulate semiconductors is a potentially scalable and economically feasible technology for converting solar energy into hydrogen. Z-scheme systems based onExpand
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Ultrathin films on copper(I) oxide water splitting photocathodes: a study on performance and stability
The utilisation of Cu2O photocathodes for photoelectrochemical water splitting requires their stabilisation due to photocorrosion in aqueous electrolytes. Ultrathin films of wide band gapExpand
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Surface Modification of CoO(x) Loaded BiVO₄ Photoanodes with Ultrathin p-Type NiO Layers for Improved Solar Water Oxidation.
Photoelectrochemical (PEC) devices that use semiconductors to absorb solar light for water splitting offer a promising way toward the future scalable production of renewable hydrogen fuels. However,Expand
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Enhanced water oxidation on Ta3N5 photocatalysts by modification with alkaline metal salts.
Tantalum nitride (Ta(3)N(5)) is a promising nitride semiconductor photocatalyst for solar water splitting because it has band edge potentials capable of producing hydrogen and oxygen from water underExpand
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A Particulate Photocatalyst Water-Splitting Panel for Large-Scale Solar Hydrogen Generation
Summary Sunlight-driven photocatalytic water splitting has been investigated as a potentially scalable and economically feasible means of producing renewable hydrogen. However, reactors suitable forExpand
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Expression of Mina53, a novel c-Myc target gene, is a favorable prognostic marker in early stage lung cancer.
Mina53, a novel target gene product of c-Myc, is overexpressed in various malignancies. We previously demonstrated that Mina53 is overexpressed in lung cancer patients from the early clinical stages.Expand
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Dynamics of photogenerated holes in surface modified α-Fe2O3 photoanodes for solar water splitting
This paper addresses the origin of the decrease in the external electrical bias required for water photoelectrolysis with hematite photoanodes, observed following surface treatments of suchExpand
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Cathodic shift in onset potential of solar oxygen evolution on hematite by 13-group oxide overlayers
The onset potential of photoelectrochemical water oxidation on ultrathin hematite was improved by up to 200 mV by the chemical bath deposition of 13-group oxides as overlayers. It is proposed thatExpand
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Clinico‐pathological characteristics of p63 expression in B‐cell lymphoma
A member of the family of p53‐related genes, p63 plays a role in regulating epithelial proliferation and differentiation programs, but the pathological and clinical meaning of p63 in B‐cell lymphomaExpand
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