Artificial Photosynthesis

Faraday Discussion 198

Royal Society of Chemistry (Bidragsyter)

Serie: Faraday Discussions Volume 198

One of the most promising technologies for solving the global environmental problems, artificial photosynthesis has seen many breakthroughs in various challenging approaches in recent years. Within decades, artificial photosynthesis can be expected to provide one of the most likely and realistic options to address the energy needs of society. Les mer
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One of the most promising technologies for solving the global environmental problems, artificial photosynthesis has seen many breakthroughs in various challenging approaches in recent years. Within decades, artificial photosynthesis can be expected to provide one of the most likely and realistic options to address the energy needs of society. This Faraday Discussion brings together current understanding of this rapidly advancing field. The book incorporates biological approaches, fundamental processes, molecular catalysts, visible light responsive semiconductor catalysts and inorganic assembly catalysts.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Biological Approaches to Artificial Photosynthesis, Fundamental Processes and Theoretical Approaches; Molecular Catalysts for Artificial Photosynthesis; Inorganic Assembly Catalysts for Artificial Photosynthesis; Integration of Systems for Demonstrating Realistic Devices.

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