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Zeitschrift für Physikalische Chemie - DOI: 10.1515/zpch-2019-1481
Stability and Degradation Mechanismof Si-based Photocathodes for Water Splitting with Ultrathin TiO2 Protection Layer

Emanuel Ronge · Thorsten Cottre · Katharina Welter · Vladimir A. Smirnov · Natalie Jacqueline Ottinger · Friedhelm Finger · Bernhard Kaiser · Wolfram Jaegermann · Christian Jooss ·

Materials Science
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Zeitschrift für Physikalische Chemie - DOI: 10.1515/zpch-2019-1459
Photocurrent Recombination Through Surface Segregation in Al–Cr–Fe–O Photocathodes

Helge S. Stein · Siyuan Zhang · Yujiao Li · Christina Scheu · Alfred Ludwig ·

Materials Science
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Dense, uniform CuBi2O4/NiO thin film photocathodes grown by pulsed laser deposition achieved photocurrent density over 1.

Long-term stabilized high-density CuBi2O4/NiO heterostructure thin film photocathode grown by pulsed laser deposition. [10.1039/c9cc06092h]


The results show that the work function of GaN nanowire photocathodes decreases continuously with the increase of θCs, the “Cs-kill” phenomenon disappears, resulting in a lower work function (1.

Comparative study of cesium adsorption on GaN planar and nanowire photocathodes [10.1117/1.JNP.13.016011]


The performance of the as-fabricated Si photocathodes with and without the CPDA layer was comparatively studied for PEC hydrogen evolution reaction (HER) in alkaline electrolytes to evaluate the effect of the sandwich CPDA layer in between the Si substrate and the TiO2 layer on the photoelectrocatalytic behaviors of Si-based electrodes.

Enhancing the Performance of Si-Based Photocathodes for Solar Hydrogen Production in Alkaline Solution by Facilely Intercalating a Sandwich N-Doped Carbon Nanolayer to the Interface of Si and TiO2. [10.1021/acsami.9b03757]


CuFeO2/CuO heterojunction photocathodes were prepared by a facile spin coating method, which were used for photoelectrochemical water reduction.

Boosting the performance of delafossite photocathode through constructing a CuFeO2/CuO heterojunction for photoelectrochemical water reduction [10.1007/s10853-019-03747-7]


Delafossite CuFeO2 photocathodes have recently attracted attention for water splitting due to their suitable band gap (∼1.

Facile Two Step Synthesis of Delafossite CuFeO2 Photocathodes by Ultrasonic Spray Pyrolysis and Hybrid Microwave Annealing [10.1002/CPTC.201900136]



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