Nanostructured Materials for Photoelectrochemical Water Splitting
Photoelectrochemical water splitting has been identified as a suitable and sustainable approach to address two of the main issues facing humanity: environmental protection, and clean and sustainable energy production. Nanostructure-based photoelectrochemical water splitting is a highly promising process for converting solar energy into hydrogen energy. This reference text presents the latest research and developments in the area of photoactive nanostructured materials and their photoelectrochemical water splitting for applications in environmental protection, clean energy production and chemical amalgamation/processing. The book is a valuable reference for researchers and advanced students in the field of materials for energy and environmental applications, as well as practitioners in the nanotechnology industry. References to the latest research around the world, as well as details on the current challenges and future possibilities in the field, are included to facilitate advanced application and study.
Discusses the latest research and developments in the area of photoactive nanostructured materials and their photoelectrochemical water splitting
Covers applications in environmental protection, clean energy production and chemical amalgamation/processing
Includes the fabrication and characteristics of various electrode materials, cell design, and strategies for enhancing the properties of photoelectrochemical water splitting electrode materials
Includes references to the latest research around the world and details on current challenges and the future scope of the field to facilitate further reading and study