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The Symposium will include talks that span fundamental and applied aspects of photocatalysis and photoelectrocatalysis.
Researchers assembled and characterized a device that under 1 Sun illumination operates in two electrolytes with different pHs and reduces CO2 to formate.
Scientists have discovered a possible secret to dramatically boosting the efficiency of perovskite solar cells
QM calculations with a realistic description of water were used to determine the mechanisms of CO2 reduction reaction.
Review provides an excellent reference for researchers working with solar water-splitting devices and wanting to learn more about solar-fuels generators
A Bismuth-Vanadate thin-film semiconductor is tested for degradation (Credit: Paul Mueller/LBNL). The work was highlighted by DOE.
JCAP’s high-throughput experimentation team and SSRLscientists develop a strategy to enable structure-property mapping of promising light absorbers.
JCAP and JPL co-organized a workshop on addressing in situ resource utilization using solar energy and CO2 reduction for the future planetary exploration missions.
CX Xiang presents on "Photoelectrochemical Devices for Conversion of CO2 and Water to Oxygen and Fuels". See video here.