Using Molecular Design to Control the Performance of Hydrogen-Producing Polymer-Brush-Modified Photocathodes.

@article{Cedeno2014UsingMD,
  title={Using Molecular Design to Control the Performance of Hydrogen-Producing Polymer-Brush-Modified Photocathodes.},
  author={Diana Cedeno and Alexandra Krawicz and Peter W. Doak and Min Yu and Jeffrey B. Neaton and Gary F Moore},
  journal={The journal of physical chemistry letters},
  year={2014},
  volume={5 18},
  pages={3222-6}
}
Attachment of difluoroborylcobaloxime catalysts to a polymer-brush-modified GaP semiconductor allows improved hydrogen production levels and photoelectrochemical performance under aqueous acidic conditions (pH = 4.5) as compared to the performance of electrodes without catalyst treatment. The catalytic assembly used in this work incorporates a boron difluoride (BF2) capping group on the glyoximate ligand of the catalyst, a synthetic modification previously used to enhance the stability of… CONTINUE READING

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