Materials for Water Oxidation

Materials composed of immobilized water oxidation catalysts on metal oxide supports have recently become a significant target in the field of solar fuels, for their use in the production of devices. These materials utilize electrostatic and atomic-layer deposition (ALD) protection techniques to bind POM WOCs and the light-absorbing supports (TiO2, BiVO4, and CdS quantum dots) for photoelectrochemical water oxidation systems.


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Water Oxidation Catalysts

The Hill lab has pioneered the development of efficient, stable, homogeneous molecular catalysts for visible light-driven water oxidation using polyoxometalates (POMs). Recent studies have characterized the catalytic activity and stability of POMs containing ruthenium, cobalt, and nickel centers.


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