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Trace Amount of Platinum Supported on Carbonized Biomorphic Wood for Efficient Electrochemical Hydrogen Evolution in Alkaline Condition SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2018 , 3 (7) , 2140-2143 | CHEMISTRYSELECT
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Carbonized biomorphic wood (Bio-C), which features unique properties such as highly ordered microtexture, well-developed porous structure, and low charge transfer resistance, was prepared as a promising scaffold with trace amount of platinum (Pt) supported to efficiently electrocatalyze hydrogen evolution reaction (HER). Pt/Bio-C nanocomposites demonstrated superior HER activity with a current density reaching as high as similar to 58 mA cm(-2) at -0.2 V vs. reversible hydrogen electrode (RHE) in strongly alkaline condition.

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carbonized biomorphic wood platinum hydrogen evolution reaction electrocatalysis

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GB/T 7714 Wang, Meng , Goenuellue, Yakup , Pyeon, Myeongwhun et al. Trace Amount of Platinum Supported on Carbonized Biomorphic Wood for Efficient Electrochemical Hydrogen Evolution in Alkaline Condition [J]. | CHEMISTRYSELECT , 2018 , 3 (7) : 2140-2143 .
MLA Wang, Meng et al. "Trace Amount of Platinum Supported on Carbonized Biomorphic Wood for Efficient Electrochemical Hydrogen Evolution in Alkaline Condition" . | CHEMISTRYSELECT 3 . 7 (2018) : 2140-2143 .
APA Wang, Meng , Goenuellue, Yakup , Pyeon, Myeongwhun , Diao, Zhidan , Czympiel, Lisa , Singh, Mrityunjay et al. Trace Amount of Platinum Supported on Carbonized Biomorphic Wood for Efficient Electrochemical Hydrogen Evolution in Alkaline Condition . | CHEMISTRYSELECT , 2018 , 3 (7) , 2140-2143 .
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Interfacial and Dimensional Effects of Pd Co-Catalyst for Efficient Photocatalytic Hydrogen Generation EI Scopus SCIE
期刊论文 | 2018 , 122 (44) , 25165-25173 | Journal of Physical Chemistry C
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© 2018 American Chemical Society. Metal nanocrystal is widely used as cocatalyst to facilitate semiconductor-based photocatalytic conversion from water to hydrogen. While incredible developments are achieved to design the primary semiconductor photocatalysts, a few efforts are devoted to revealing the effect of shape, size, and surface structure of a metal cocatalyst. Herein, taking Pd as a model cocatalyst, the roles of cocatalyst are systematically studied by combining it with a commercial TiO2 (P25) photocatalyst. The success relies on a seed-mediated-approach for the fine integration of Pd nanocubes or nanooctahedra on the P25 surface. Both theoretical and experimental results demonstrate the advantage of Pd nanocubes over nanooctahedra in boosting photoactivity of TiO2 nanocrystals. The superiority arises from the appropriate interfacial Schottky barrier between TiO2 and Pd nanocubes and proper atomic H adsorption free energy of the {100} facets for accelerating interfacial charge separation and surface redox reaction, respectively. The activity could be further improved by selective removal of surface ligands of the nanocube. This work not only gives an insight into the effects of geometrical characteristics, such as the surface structure of a metal cocatalyst, in finely tuning the photoactivity of TiO2-Pd composites but also provides an extendable strategy to investigate similar photocatalytic manners of other metal or even compound cocatalysts.

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GB/T 7714 Xue, Fei , Chen, Chen , Fu, Wenlong et al. Interfacial and Dimensional Effects of Pd Co-Catalyst for Efficient Photocatalytic Hydrogen Generation [J]. | Journal of Physical Chemistry C , 2018 , 122 (44) : 25165-25173 .
MLA Xue, Fei et al. "Interfacial and Dimensional Effects of Pd Co-Catalyst for Efficient Photocatalytic Hydrogen Generation" . | Journal of Physical Chemistry C 122 . 44 (2018) : 25165-25173 .
APA Xue, Fei , Chen, Chen , Fu, Wenlong , Liu, Maochang , Liu, Chang , Guo, Penghui et al. Interfacial and Dimensional Effects of Pd Co-Catalyst for Efficient Photocatalytic Hydrogen Generation . | Journal of Physical Chemistry C , 2018 , 122 (44) , 25165-25173 .
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Steering plasmonic hot electrons to realize enhanced full-spectrum photocatalytic hydrogen evolution EI SCIE Scopus CSCD PKU
期刊论文 | 2018 , 39 (3) , 453-462 | CHINESE JOURNAL OF CATALYSIS
WoS CC Cited Count: 6 SCOPUS Cited Count: 6
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Integration of surface plasmons into photocatalysis is an intriguing approach to extend the light absorption range over the full solar spectrum. However, the low migration rates and uncertain diffusion directions of plasmonic hot electrons make their photocatalytic efficiency fail to meet expectations. It remains a challenging task to steer the migration of hot electrons and take full advantage of the plasmonic effect to achieve the desired high photocatalytic efficiency. Herein, we have developed an efficient strategy to steer the migration of plasmonic hot electrons through a well-designed hybrid structure that synergizes a "surface heterojunction" with a Schottky junction. The hybrid structure was synthesized by modifying titanium dioxide (TiO2) nanosheets (NSs) with gold (Au) nanoparticles (NPs) as a plasmonic metal and platinum (Pt) NPs as a co-catalyst. The "surface heterojunction" formed between two different crystal facets in the TiO2 NSs can induce the injection of plasmonic hot electrons from Au NPs excited by visible light to TiO2. Meanwhile, the Schottky junction formed between the Pt NPs and TiO2 NSs can force the migration of electrons from TiO2 to Pt NPs instead of flowing to Au NPs, attaining the efficient unidirectional transfer of carriers in the Au-TiO2 system. Plasmonic photocatalysts with this design achieved dramatically enhanced activity in full-spectrum photocatalytic hydrogen production. This work opens a new window to rationally design hybrid structures for full -spectrum photocatalysis. (C) 2018, Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences. Published by Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

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Plasmonics Surface heterojunction Full spectrum Schottky junction Photocatalytic hydrogen production

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GB/T 7714 Li, Yanrui , Guo, Yu , Long, Ran et al. Steering plasmonic hot electrons to realize enhanced full-spectrum photocatalytic hydrogen evolution [J]. | CHINESE JOURNAL OF CATALYSIS , 2018 , 39 (3) : 453-462 .
MLA Li, Yanrui et al. "Steering plasmonic hot electrons to realize enhanced full-spectrum photocatalytic hydrogen evolution" . | CHINESE JOURNAL OF CATALYSIS 39 . 3 (2018) : 453-462 .
APA Li, Yanrui , Guo, Yu , Long, Ran , Liu, Dong , Zhao, Daming , Tan, Yubo et al. Steering plasmonic hot electrons to realize enhanced full-spectrum photocatalytic hydrogen evolution . | CHINESE JOURNAL OF CATALYSIS , 2018 , 39 (3) , 453-462 .
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Photocatalytic water oxidation over BiVO4 with interface energetics engineered by Co and Ni-metallated dicyanamides EI SCIE Scopus CSCD PKU
期刊论文 | 2018 , 39 (3) , 502-509 | CHINESE JOURNAL OF CATALYSIS
WoS CC Cited Count: 5 SCOPUS Cited Count: 5
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Photocatalytic water oxidation based on semiconductors usually suffers from poor charge transfer from the bulk to the interface, which is necessary for oxygen generation. Here, we construct a hybrid artificial photosynthesis system for photocatalytic water oxidation. The system consists of BiVO4 as the light harvester, a transitional metal complex (M(dca)(2), M = Co, Ni, dca: dicyanamide) as the water oxidation catalyst, and S2O82- as a sacrificial electron acceptor. The system exhibits enhanced oxygen evolution activity when M(dca)(2) is introduced. The BiVO4/Co(dca)(2) and BiVO4/Ni(dca)(2) systems exhibit excellent oxygen evolution rates of 508.1 and 297.7 mol/(h center dot g) compared to the pure BiVO4 which shows a photocatalytic oxygen evolution rate of 252.2 mu mol/(h center dot g) during 6 h of photocatalytic reaction. Co(dca)(2) is found to be more effective than Ni(dca)(2) as a water oxidation catalyst. The enhanced photocatalytic performance is ascribed to the M(dca)(2)-engineered BiVO4/electrolyte interface energetics, and to the M(dca)(2)-catalyzed surface water oxidation. These two factors lead to a decrease in the energy barrier for hole transfer from the bulk to the surface of BiVO4, which promotes the water oxidation kinetics. (C) 2018, Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences. Published by Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

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Photocatalysis Interfacial kinetics BiVO4 Metal complex Water oxidation

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GB/T 7714 Shang, Yi , Niu, Fujun , Shen, Shaohua . Photocatalytic water oxidation over BiVO4 with interface energetics engineered by Co and Ni-metallated dicyanamides [J]. | CHINESE JOURNAL OF CATALYSIS , 2018 , 39 (3) : 502-509 .
MLA Shang, Yi et al. "Photocatalytic water oxidation over BiVO4 with interface energetics engineered by Co and Ni-metallated dicyanamides" . | CHINESE JOURNAL OF CATALYSIS 39 . 3 (2018) : 502-509 .
APA Shang, Yi , Niu, Fujun , Shen, Shaohua . Photocatalytic water oxidation over BiVO4 with interface energetics engineered by Co and Ni-metallated dicyanamides . | CHINESE JOURNAL OF CATALYSIS , 2018 , 39 (3) , 502-509 .
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Titanium dioxide nanostructures for photoelectrochemical applications EI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2018 , 98 , 299-385 | PROGRESS IN MATERIALS SCIENCE
WoS CC Cited Count: 19 SCOPUS Cited Count: 29
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This review comprehensively summarized the progresses in the design and modification of titanium dioxide (TiO2) nanostructures as photoelectrode materials for photoelectrochemistry (PEC) applications, mainly in solar-fuel conversion. Various kinds of TiO2 nanostructures including the nanoparticulate, one-dimensional (nanowires, nanorods, nanotubes), two-dimensional (nanobelt, nanoribbon, nanosheet), three-dimensional (meso/nanoporous, branched nanostructures, etc.), and the crystal-facet tailored TiO2 nanostructures are surveyed and discussed. For each type of nanostructure, the commonly-used and effective modification strategies are reviewed followed with a deep discussion on the properties relevant to PEC performances. Moreover, the surface modification approaches (surface disordering, passivation and decoration) on TiO2 nanostructures are highlighted for developing efficient TiO2-based PEC cells. This review will serve as a good resource or guideline for researchers who are currently focusing on TiO2 materials as well as for those who are interested in versatile semiconductor-based PEC applications.

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Nanostructures Water splitting Photoelectrochemical Solar fuel conversion TiO2

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GB/T 7714 Shen, Shaohua , Chen, Jie , Wang, Meng et al. Titanium dioxide nanostructures for photoelectrochemical applications [J]. | PROGRESS IN MATERIALS SCIENCE , 2018 , 98 : 299-385 .
MLA Shen, Shaohua et al. "Titanium dioxide nanostructures for photoelectrochemical applications" . | PROGRESS IN MATERIALS SCIENCE 98 (2018) : 299-385 .
APA Shen, Shaohua , Chen, Jie , Wang, Meng , Sheng, Xia , Chen, Xiangyan , Feng, Xinjian et al. Titanium dioxide nanostructures for photoelectrochemical applications . | PROGRESS IN MATERIALS SCIENCE , 2018 , 98 , 299-385 .
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Engineering the coordination geometry of metal-organic complex electrocatalysts for highly enhanced oxygen evolution reaction EI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2018 , 6 (3) , 805-810 | JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY A
WoS CC Cited Count: 28 SCOPUS Cited Count: 24
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Designing highly efficient oxygen evolution reaction (OER) electrocatalysts is very important for various electrochemical devices. In this work, for the first time, we have successfully generated coordinatively unsaturated metal sites (CUMSs) in phytic acid-Co2+ (Phy-Co2+) based metal-organic complexes by engineering the coordination geometry with room-temperature plasma technology. The CUMSs can serve as active centers to catalyze the OER. The electron spin resonance and X-ray absorption spectra provide direct evidence that the coordination geometry is obviously modified with many CUMSs by the plasma treatment. The plasma treated Phy-Co2+ (P-Phy-Co2+) only requires an overpotential of 306 mV to reach 10 mA cm(-2) on glassy carbon electrodes. When we expand this strategy to a CoFe bimetallic system, it only needs an overpotential of 265 mV to achieve 10 mA cm(-2) with a small Tafel slope of 36.51 mV dec(-1). P-Phy-Co2+ is superior to the state-of-the-art. Our findings not only provide alternative excellent OER electrocatalysts, but also introduce a promising principle to design advanced electrocatalysts by creating more CUMSs.

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GB/T 7714 Yan, Dafeng , Dong, Chung-Li , Huang, Yu-Cheng et al. Engineering the coordination geometry of metal-organic complex electrocatalysts for highly enhanced oxygen evolution reaction [J]. | JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY A , 2018 , 6 (3) : 805-810 .
MLA Yan, Dafeng et al. "Engineering the coordination geometry of metal-organic complex electrocatalysts for highly enhanced oxygen evolution reaction" . | JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY A 6 . 3 (2018) : 805-810 .
APA Yan, Dafeng , Dong, Chung-Li , Huang, Yu-Cheng , Zou, Yuqin , Xie, Chao , Wang, Yanyong et al. Engineering the coordination geometry of metal-organic complex electrocatalysts for highly enhanced oxygen evolution reaction . | JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY A , 2018 , 6 (3) , 805-810 .
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Triggering superior sodium ion adsorption on (200) facet of mesoporous WO3 nanosheet arrays for enhanced supercapacitance EI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2018 , 345 , 165-173 | CHEMICAL ENGINEERING JOURNAL
WoS CC Cited Count: 6 SCOPUS Cited Count: 6
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Tungsten trioxide (WO3) is believed to be a promising electrode candidate for supercapacitors, due to its reversible surface redox reaction resulted from the almost same W-O bond lengths with different oxidation states. However, the specific capacitance of WO3 electrode is very low (< 250 mF cm(-2)) because of its low conductivity and slow surface redox reaction kinetics. Herein, to address these issues, mesoporous WO3 nanosheets with exposed (200) facets were anchored on activated carbon cloth (ACC) via a simple two-step process including heat treatment and alcohol-thermal process. The ACC was coated on WO3 seeds and proceed a heat treatment at 500 degrees C and the time of alcohol-thermal process were 7 h, 8 h, and 9 h labeled as WO3@ACC-n (n = 7, 8, 9). SEM and TEM images confirmed the WO3 nanosheets were successful anchored on the ACC. The WO3@ACC-8 electrode showed the best specific areal capacitance which could reach as high as 659 mF cm(-2) at a current density of 5 mA cm(-2) and superior stability with almost no decrease in 10,000 cycles in the presence of Na2SO4 as the neutral electrolyte. The capacitance is encouragingly much higher than the previously reported values in a three-electrode system in the neutral aqueous condition. DFT calculations reveal that, in comparison to the (002) and (020) facets, the exposed (200) facets of the mesoporous WO3 nanosheets triggers the superior Na+-adsorption, which accelerates the Na+-involved surface redox reaction for the boosted supercapacitor performance. A flexible asymmetric supercapacitor (FASC) was fabricated from the WO3@ACC electrode, which exhibits high energy density (0.5 mWh cm(-3)) and power density (62 mW cm(-3)) without any attenuation during +/- 180 degrees wide-angle bending.

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Exposed facet Sodium ion adsorption Flexible asymmetric supercapacitor Mesoporous WO3 nanosheets

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GB/T 7714 Yin, Zhuocheng , Bu, Yuyu , Ren, Jun et al. Triggering superior sodium ion adsorption on (200) facet of mesoporous WO3 nanosheet arrays for enhanced supercapacitance [J]. | CHEMICAL ENGINEERING JOURNAL , 2018 , 345 : 165-173 .
MLA Yin, Zhuocheng et al. "Triggering superior sodium ion adsorption on (200) facet of mesoporous WO3 nanosheet arrays for enhanced supercapacitance" . | CHEMICAL ENGINEERING JOURNAL 345 (2018) : 165-173 .
APA Yin, Zhuocheng , Bu, Yuyu , Ren, Jun , Chen, Shuai , Zhao, Daming , Zou, Yihui et al. Triggering superior sodium ion adsorption on (200) facet of mesoporous WO3 nanosheet arrays for enhanced supercapacitance . | CHEMICAL ENGINEERING JOURNAL , 2018 , 345 , 165-173 .
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A simple green approach to synthesis of sub-100 nm carbon spheres as template for TiO2 hollow nanospheres with enhanced photocatalytic activities EI SCIE Scopus CSCD
期刊论文 | 2018 , 61 (6) , 869-877 | SCIENCE CHINA-MATERIALS
WoS CC Cited Count: 2 SCOPUS Cited Count: 2
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Carbon spheres (CSs) have attracted great attention given their wide applications in bio-diagnostics, photonic band-gap crystals and drug delivery, etc. The morphology and size of CSs greatly affect their performances and applications. Herein, we report a green and catalyst-free hydrothermal carbonization (HTC) method to synthesize CSs with glucose as carbon precursor. The diameter of CSs can be tuned within a wide range from 450 to 40 nm by controlling the glucose concentration, reaction time and temperature. Using the obtained CSs as template, hollow TiO2 nanospheres (HTNSs) with controllable diameters are prepared via a sol-gel method. As photocatalysts for hydrogen generation, the photoactivity of the HTNSs shows strong dependence upon size, and is much higher than that of solid TiO2. With particle size decreasing, the photoactivity of the obtained HTNSs gradually increases. Without any co-catalyst, the highest photocatalytic hydrogen generation activity is obtained with HTNSs of 40 nm in diameter, which exceeds that of solid TiO2 and commercial P25 by 64 times and 3 times, respectively.

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carbon nanospheres photocatalytic hydrogen production hydrothermal carbonization hollow titanium dioxide nanospheres

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GB/T 7714 Tan, Yubo , Liu, Maochang , Wei, Daixing et al. A simple green approach to synthesis of sub-100 nm carbon spheres as template for TiO2 hollow nanospheres with enhanced photocatalytic activities [J]. | SCIENCE CHINA-MATERIALS , 2018 , 61 (6) : 869-877 .
MLA Tan, Yubo et al. "A simple green approach to synthesis of sub-100 nm carbon spheres as template for TiO2 hollow nanospheres with enhanced photocatalytic activities" . | SCIENCE CHINA-MATERIALS 61 . 6 (2018) : 869-877 .
APA Tan, Yubo , Liu, Maochang , Wei, Daixing , Tang, Heming , Feng, Xinjian , Shen, Shaohua . A simple green approach to synthesis of sub-100 nm carbon spheres as template for TiO2 hollow nanospheres with enhanced photocatalytic activities . | SCIENCE CHINA-MATERIALS , 2018 , 61 (6) , 869-877 .
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Surface- and interface-engineered heterostructures for solar hydrogen generation EI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2018 , 51 (16) | JOURNAL OF PHYSICS D-APPLIED PHYSICS
WoS CC Cited Count: 4 SCOPUS Cited Count: 6
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Photoelectrochemical (PEC) water splitting based on semiconductor photoelectrodes provides a promising platform for reducing environmental pollution and solving the energy crisis by developing clean, sustainable and environmentally friendly hydrogen energy. In this context, metal oxides with their advantages including low cost, good chemical stability and environmental friendliness, have attracted extensive attention among the investigated candidates. However, the large bandgap, poor charge transfer ability and high charge recombination rate limit the PEC performance of metal oxides as photoelectrodes. To solve this limitation, many approaches toward enhanced PEC water splitting performance, which focus on surface and interface engineering, have been presented. In this topical review, we concentrate on the heterostructure design of some typical metal oxides with narrow bandgaps (e.g. Fe2O3, WO3, BiVO4 and Cu2O) as photoelectrodes. An overview of the surface- and interface-engineered heterostructures, including semiconductor heterojunctions, surface protection, surface passivation and cocatalyst decoration, will be given to introduce the recent advances in metal oxide heterostructures for PEC water splitting. This article aims to provide fundamental references and principles for designing metal oxide heterostructures with high activity and stability as photoelectrodes for PEC solar hydrogen generation.

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surface and interface engineering solar hydrogen metal oxides photoelectrochemical water splitting heterostructures

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GB/T 7714 Chen, Xiangyan , Li, Yanrui , Shen, Shaohua . Surface- and interface-engineered heterostructures for solar hydrogen generation [J]. | JOURNAL OF PHYSICS D-APPLIED PHYSICS , 2018 , 51 (16) .
MLA Chen, Xiangyan et al. "Surface- and interface-engineered heterostructures for solar hydrogen generation" . | JOURNAL OF PHYSICS D-APPLIED PHYSICS 51 . 16 (2018) .
APA Chen, Xiangyan , Li, Yanrui , Shen, Shaohua . Surface- and interface-engineered heterostructures for solar hydrogen generation . | JOURNAL OF PHYSICS D-APPLIED PHYSICS , 2018 , 51 (16) .
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Nickel complex engineered interface energetics for efficient photoelectrochemical hydrogen evolution over p-Si EI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2018 , 220 , 362-366 | APPLIED CATALYSIS B-ENVIRONMENTAL
WoS CC Cited Count: 8 SCOPUS Cited Count: 9
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Here we report a p-Si photocathode decorated with nickel complex Ni(TEOA)(2)Cl-2 (Nil) in acidic aqueous solution (pH = 0.3) for photoelectrochemical (PEC) H-2 generation. Compared to bare p-Si, p-Si/Nil electrode exhibits significantly enhanced PEC performance, with higher cathodic photocurrent and exceptional lower onset potential. A relatively high photocurrent density of 5.57 mA/cm(2) was obtained at 0.0 V vs. reversible hydrogen electrode (RHE) under simulated 1 Sun illumination, which is even comparable to that of p-Si/Pt. Furthermore, the highly active p-Si/Nil electrode shows a remarkable stability over 24 h. The possible catalysis mechanism of Nil for p-Si in the PEC H-2 evolution process was also proposed in detail. The excellent PEC performance should be attributed to the Nil engineered p-Si/electrolyte interface energetics and the Nil catalyzed water reduction reaction, leading to robust hydrogen generation and excellent PEC stability. The present study made a deep insight into the engineered interface charge transfer and catalyst -driven surface water reduction processes at the semiconductor/electrolyte interface, which could provide some referable guidelines for fabricating highly efficient PEC system for solar 112 generation from the viewpoint of interface energetics engineering with metal complexes.

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Semiconductor Nickel complex Interface energetics Water splitting

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GB/T 7714 Zhou, Wu , Niu, Fujun , Mao, Samuel S. et al. Nickel complex engineered interface energetics for efficient photoelectrochemical hydrogen evolution over p-Si [J]. | APPLIED CATALYSIS B-ENVIRONMENTAL , 2018 , 220 : 362-366 .
MLA Zhou, Wu et al. "Nickel complex engineered interface energetics for efficient photoelectrochemical hydrogen evolution over p-Si" . | APPLIED CATALYSIS B-ENVIRONMENTAL 220 (2018) : 362-366 .
APA Zhou, Wu , Niu, Fujun , Mao, Samuel S. , Shen, Shaohua . Nickel complex engineered interface energetics for efficient photoelectrochemical hydrogen evolution over p-Si . | APPLIED CATALYSIS B-ENVIRONMENTAL , 2018 , 220 , 362-366 .
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