Effect of Experimental Parameters on Water Splitting Using a Hematite Photoanode
Keywords:Hematite, Light intensity, Photoelectrochemical cell, Temperature, Water splitting
AbstractMany studies designate hematite as a promising material for direct water splitting into hydrogen and oxygen. For a real outdoor application, it is important to consider hourly and seasonal conditions like temperature and sunlight intensity. The performance of an undoped hematite thin-film photoanode was tested in a photoelectrochemical cell under varying conditions of temperature and light intensity. Both parameters show a positive effect on performance under outdoor conditions.
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O. Vorlet, F. Giordano, T. Chappuis, C. Ellert, Chimia 2015, 69, 807, DOI: 10.2533/chimia.2015.807.
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