Direct evidence of IR-driven hot electron transfer in metal-free plasmonic W18O49/Carbon heterostructures for enhanced catalytic H2 production

@inproceedings{Lu2018DirectEO,
  title={Direct evidence of IR-driven hot electron transfer in metal-free plasmonic W18O49/Carbon heterostructures for enhanced catalytic H2 production},
  author={Na Lu and Zhenyi Zhang and Yue Wang and Benkang Liu and Lijiao Guo and Li Wang and Jindou Huang and Kuichao Liu and Bin Dong},
  year={2018}
}
Abstract Plasmonic nanostructures have received significant attention in the field of solar-to-fuels conversion, because they can collect and utilize abundant low-energy photons to generate high-energy hot electrons for producing green chemical fuels. However, the ultrafast relaxation process of hot electron often leads to poor quantum yields of plasmonic nanostructures. Herein, we construct the one-dimensional W 18 O 49 /Carbon heterostructure for employing low-cost electrospun carbon fibers… CONTINUE READING

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