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Hennessey, S;Farras, P
2018
June
Chemical Communications
Production of solar chemicals: gaining selectivity with hybrid molecule/semiconductor assemblies
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SENSITIZED PHOTOELECTROCHEMICAL CELLS WATER-OXIDATION CATALYST DRIVEN CO2 REDUCTION BISMUTH VANADATE PHOTOANODE METAL-ORGANIC FRAMEWORKS MOLECULAR NI CATALYST VISIBLE-LIGHT H-2 EVOLUTION ARTIFICIAL PHOTOSYNTHESIS HYDROGEN-PRODUCTION
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Research on the production of solar fuels and chemicals has rocketed over the past decade, with a wide variety of systems proposed to harvest solar energy and drive chemical reactions. In this Feature Article we have focused on hybrid molecule/semiconductor assemblies in both powder and supported materials, summarising recent systems and highlighting the enormous possibilities offered by such assemblies to carry out highly demanding chemical reactions with industrial impact. Of relevance is the higher selectivity obtained in visible light-driven organic transformations when using molecular catalysts compared to photocatalytic materials.
1359-7345
10.1039/c8cc02487a
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