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ACS Editors' Choice articles include JCAP’s high-throughput experimentation team's work (Parts 1 & 2) on strategy for structure-property mapping.
Jinhui Yang performing X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy measurements, which are used to understand the chemical properties of surfaces.
Review provides an excellent reference for researchers working with solar water-splitting devices and wanting to learn more about solar-fuels generators
New analysis published in Nature Communications provides insight into factors that govern photoelectrochemical device performance .
Proposed mechanism suggests that single-atom bimetallic alloys behave as a “one-pot” tandem catalysts, reducing CO2 to C1 hydrocarbon products.
QM calculations with a realistic description of water were used to determine the mechanisms of CO2 reduction reaction.
C&EN explores current state of science and technology of solar fuel production. Credit Shutterstock/C&EN.
Researchers assembled and characterized a device that under 1 Sun illumination operates in two electrolytes with different pHs and reduces CO2 to formate.
A Bismuth-Vanadate thin-film semiconductor is tested for degradation (Credit: Paul Mueller/LBNL). The work was highlighted by DOE.