Solar Hydrogen Generation from Lignocellulose
Kuehnel, Moritz F.; Reisner, Erwin
Photocatalytic reforming of lignocellulosic biomass is an emerging approach to produce renewable H2. This process combines photo‐oxidation of aqueous biomass with photocatalytic hydrogen evolution at ambient temperature and pressure. Biomass conversion is less energy demanding than water splitting and generates high‐purity H2 without O2 production. Direct photoreforming of raw, unprocessed biomass has the potential to provide affordable and clean energy from locally sourced materials and waste.
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