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photoelectrochemical

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  • adj. Of or pertaining to photoelectrochemistry

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  • Whereas leaves take in sunlight and CO2 and convert it into usable energy, this so-called photoelectrochemical diode takes in sunlight and water to produce usable energy in the form of hydrogen gas.

    Material World: Hydrogen Made Cheaply

  • But despite early initial reports of quantum yields of 200% in quantum dot photoelectrochemical solar cells, no quantum dot-based photovoltaic device to date has shown an actual enhanced power conversion efficiency due to MEG.

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  • The results are an important demonstration of the potential to improve the performance of photoelectrochemical cells, as well as photovoltaic solar cells, using carefully designed materials, Zhang said.

    Nano Tech Wire

  • "We not only extended this idea nicely to a photoelectrochemical cell for hydrogen generation, we also proposed a new model to explain the observed experimental data."

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  • But a more direct and efficient approach is provided by photoelectrochemical (PEC) cells, which use solar energy to generate hydrogen inside the cell itself.

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  • Imperial College London is building a Grand Challenge Team to produce fuels by chemical, electrochemical and photoelectrochemical reduction of CO2, all requiring novel catalysts.

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  • A new system that converts light and water into hydrogen is less expensive than many others, and the photoelectrochemical platform it uses is more reactive, efficient, and has a much longer lifetime.

    Ars Technica

  • The effort in SERC is focused on building a highly affordable system in which the entire process will take place in a single photoelectrochemical (PEC) cell that collects sunlight and then generates the fuels at catalysts powered by the light harvesting and charge separating units.

    Green Car Congress

  • It also removed surface impurities that are detrimental for photoelectrochemical hydrogen production.

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  • CEC Director Allen Bard says the initiative has three central thrusts: a project developing new photovoltaic and photoelectrochemical materials that could eventually make solar power competitive with fossil fuels; a project that will address the challenges of creating better batteries that can store energy over longer periods of time; and a project that will explore the chemistry of electrocatalysts.

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