oward solar fuels: Water splitting with sunlight and “rust”?

  • ichael J. Katza, Shannon C. Rihaa, Nak Cheon Jeonga, Alex B.F. Martinsona, Joseph T. Huppa
  • Published 2013


Iron(III)oxide in the form of hematite is, in many respects, an attractive material for the photocatalytic production of molecular oxygen from water. Especially over the past six years, several developments have advanced the performance of water oxidation cells based on this material. Nevertheless, the best versions of these photoelectrodes produce only about a fifth of the maximum photocurrent (and dioxygen) theo-

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@inproceedings{Katza2013owardSF, title={oward solar fuels: Water splitting with sunlight and “rust”?}, author={ichael J. Katza and Shannon C. Rihaa and Nak Cheon Jeonga and Alex B.F. Martinsona and Joseph T. Huppa}, year={2013} }