Hydrogen production with nanostructured and sensitized metal oxides.

@article{Caramori2011HydrogenPW,
  title={Hydrogen production with nanostructured and sensitized metal oxides.},
  author={Stefano Caramori and Vito Cristino and Laura Meda and Roberto Argazzi and Carlo Alberto Bignozzi},
  journal={Topics in current chemistry},
  year={2011},
  volume={303},
  pages={39-94}
}
Recent advances in the field of photoelectrochemical cells (PECs) applied to solar water and H₂S splitting and hydrogen production are reviewed with meaningful examples and case studies. At the molecular level, significant recent efforts have been directed towards the development of stable dye sensitizers/water oxidation catalyst assemblies. In the field of photoactive nanostructured materials and interfaces, novel highly ordered semiconductors nanostructures (i.e., anodically grown titania… CONTINUE READING

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