Visible light-responsive TiO2 (Vis-TiO2) electrode has been applied for the Pt-free separate-type photofuel cell (SPFC) where two different electrolytes containing various biomass derivatives and a I3 −/I− redox solution were employed for the anode and cathode sides, respectively. This new SPFC exhibits good photoelectrochemical performance under simulated solar-light irradiation. It was found that the Rh3+ loading on Vis-TiO2 electrode enhanced the photoelectrochemical performance of the SPFC through the increase in the visible light absorption as well as the increase in the electron conductivity of Vis-TiO2 electrode.
Research on Chemical Intermediates – Springer Journals
Published: Jun 13, 2012
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