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Perez Rodriguez, P. (author), Cardenas-Morcoso, Drialys (author), Digdaya, I.A. (author), Mangel Raventos, A. (author), Procel Moya, P.A. (author), Isabella, O. (author), Gimenez, Sixto (author), Zeman, M. (author), Smith, W.A. (author), Smets, A.H.M. (author)
Amorphous silicon carbide (a-SiC:H) is a promising material for photoelectrochemical water splitting owing to its relatively small band-gap energy and high chemical and optoelectrical stability. This work studies the interplay between charge-carrier separation and collection, and their injection into the electrolyte, when modifying the...
journal article 2018
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Han, L. (author)
Long term concerns about climate change and fossil fuel depletion will require a transition towards energy systems powered by solar radiation or other renewable sources. Novel concepts based on silicon materials and devices are investigated for applications in the next generation photovoltaic (PV) devices and photoelectrochemical (PEC) water...
doctoral thesis 2015
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Abdi, F.F. (author)
Solar water splitting has attracted significant attention due to its potential of converting solar to chemical energy. It uses semiconductor to convert sunlight into electron-hole pairs, which then split water into hydrogen and oxygen. The hydrogen can be used as a renewable fuel, or it can serve as a feedstock material to form hydrocarbons....
doctoral thesis 2013
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Dabirian, A. (author), Van 't Spijker, H. (author), Van der Krol, R. (author)
Tantalum oxynitride (?-TaON) is a promising photoanode material for photoelectrochemical water splitting. However, the synthesis of phase-pure ?-TaON films is a challenging task. This paper describes a novel approach to achieve this by the controlled nitridation of Ta2O5 films under a flow of ammonia gas (ammonolysis), which was obtained by...
journal article 2012
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Van de Krol, R. (author), Ségalini, J. (author), Enache, C.S. (author)
The properties of thin film InVO4 photoanodes for water splitting have been studied. Compact films of InVO4 were prepared by spray pyrolysis and are found to be stable between pH 3 and 11. Although the indirect bandgap is 3.2 eV, a modest amount of visible light absorption is observed. The origin of this absorption is attributed to the presence...
journal article 2011
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Van de Krol, R. (author), Ségalini, J. (author), Enache, C.S. (author)
The properties of thin film InVO4 photoanodes for water splitting have been studied. Compact films of InVO4 were prepared by spray pyrolysis and are found to be stable between pH 3 – 11. Although the indirect bandgap is 3.2 eV, a modest amount of visible light absorption is observed. The origin of this absorption is attributed to the presence of...
conference paper 2010
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