Keywords Photocatalysis · Cocatalyst · Overall water splitting · GaN–ZnO · ALD 1 Introduction composed of semiconductor materials (light absorber) and cocatalysts (reaction centers). It is widely confirmed that Overall water splitting with particulate photocatalysts is the cocatalyst plays a pivotal role in promoting the charge regarded as one of the most promising approaches to convert separation and providing active sites for the redox reactions solar energy into chemical energy in the form of hydrogen in [5–8]. consideration of its advantages of the simplicity and econ- Many kinds of metals, metal oxides, sulfides, and car - omy suitable for large-scale application [1–4]. Typically, the bides etc. have been employed as cocatalysts for two half photocatalytic overall water splitting (POWS) systems are water splitting reactions, but few of them can be effective in overall water splitting, in spite of the semiconductor’s band gap straddling the chemical potentials of proton reduction Electronic supplementary material The online version of this and water oxidation [5–8]. Reported so far, visible-light- article (https://doi.org/10.1007/s10562-018-2294-7) contains supplementary material, which is available to authorized users. responsive semiconductor materials with effective POWS performance on a single particle are very limited [9–18]. * Can Li Among them GaN–ZnO solid solution with absorption email@example.com edge
Catalysis Letters – Springer Journals
Published: Jan 18, 2018
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