Combinatorial Screening Yields Discovery of 29 Metal Oxide Photoanodes for Solar Fuel Generation

23 December 2019, Version 1
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Combinatorial synthesis combined with high throughput electrochemistry enabled discovery of 29 ternary oxide photoanodes, 14 with visible light response for oxygen evolution. Y3Fe5O12 and trigonal V2CoO6 emerge as particularly promising candidates due to their photorepsonse at sub-2.4 eV illumination.


solar fuels
metal oxide


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