Porphyrin-Sensitized Evolution of Hydrogen using Dawson and Keplerate Polyoxometalate Photocatalysts.

@article{Panagiotopoulos2016PorphyrinSensitizedEO,
  title={Porphyrin-Sensitized Evolution of Hydrogen using Dawson and Keplerate Polyoxometalate Photocatalysts.},
  author={Athanassios A. Panagiotopoulos and Antonios M Douvas and Panagiotis Argitis and Athanassios G. Coutsolelos},
  journal={ChemSusChem},
  year={2016},
  volume={9 22},
  pages={
          3213-3219
        }
}
Hydrogen evolution using photocatalytic systems based on artificial photosynthesis is a major approach toward solar energy conversion and storage. In the polyoxometalate-based photocatalytic systems proposed in the past, middle/near UV light irradiation and noble-metal catalysts were mainly used. Although recently polyoxometalates were sensitized in visible light, photosensitizers or catalysts based on noble metals, and/or poor activity of polyoxometalates were generally obtained. Here we show… 
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