Visible light water splitting using dye-sensitized oxide semiconductors.

@article{Youngblood2009VisibleLW,
  title={Visible light water splitting using dye-sensitized oxide semiconductors.},
  author={W. Justin Youngblood and Seung-Hyun Anna Lee and Kazuhiko Maeda and Thomas E Mallouk},
  journal={Accounts of chemical research},
  year={2009},
  volume={42 12},
  pages={1966-73}
}
Researchers are intensively investigating photochemical water splitting as a means of converting solar to chemical energy in the form of fuels. Hydrogen is a key solar fuel because it can be used directly in combustion engines or fuel cells, or combined catalytically with CO(2) to make carbon containing fuels. Different approaches to solar water splitting include semiconductor particles as photocatalysts and photoelectrodes, molecular donor-acceptor systems linked to catalysts for hydrogen and… CONTINUE READING
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