In situ growth of Fe2WO6 on WO3 nanosheets to fabricate heterojunction arrays for boosting solar water splitting.

@article{Lin2020InSG,
  title={In situ growth of Fe2WO6 on WO3 nanosheets to fabricate heterojunction arrays for boosting solar water splitting.},
  author={H. Lin and X. Long and Yiming An and Shihe Yang},
  journal={The Journal of chemical physics},
  year={2020},
  volume={152 21},
  pages={
          214704
        }
}
  • H. Lin, X. Long, +1 author Shihe Yang
  • Published 2020
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • The Journal of chemical physics
  • We demonstrate the construction of heterojunction arrays for boosting solar water splitting by combining in situ guided growth of heterointerfaces and energy band tuning. By directly growing an ultrathin Fe2WO6 layer on a preformed WO3 nanosheet array in full coverage, a uniform and dense array of intimately contacted WO3/Fe2WO6 heterojunction was created. The heterojunction array shows not only a largely broadened visible light absorption range but also a built-in interface polarization to… CONTINUE READING

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