9 September 2008 Overall water splitting on (oxy)nitride photocatalysts
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Overall water splitting to form hydrogen and oxygen on a heterogeneous photocatalyst using solar energy is an attractive process for large-scale hydrogen production. In recent years, numerous attempts have been made for the development of visible-light-responsive photocatalysts to efficiently utilize solar energy. In this article, recent research progress in the development of visible-light-driven photocatalysts is described, specifically focusing on our efforts made on the development of (oxy)nitride photocatalysts for overall water splitting.
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Kazunari Domen, "Overall water splitting on (oxy)nitride photocatalysts", Proc. SPIE 7044, Solar Hydrogen and Nanotechnology III, 70440J (9 September 2008); doi: 10.1117/12.798334; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.798334

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