Mechanistic studies of the water-splitting reaction for producing solar hydrogen

@inproceedings{Weidenkaff1997MechanisticSO,
  title={Mechanistic studies of the water-splitting reaction for producing solar hydrogen},
  author={Anke Weidenkaff and Peter N{\"u}esch and Alexander Wokaun and Armin Reller},
  year={1997}
}
  • Anke Weidenkaff, Peter Nüesch, +1 author Armin Reller
  • Published 1997
  • Chemistry
  • The oxidation of non-stoichiometric wustite by water delivers hydrogen. It is one step of a thermochemical metal oxide cycle for solar energy storage in chemical potential. The reaction was studied in a tubular furnace with on-line gas analysis and further characterised in detail by DTA, high-temperature X-ray powder diffraction. The influence of non-stoichiometry, morphology and temperature on the mechanism and kinetics of the water-splitting reaction was determined. 

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