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|Title:||Silicon diatom frustules as nanostructured photoelectrodes|
|Citation:||Chemical Communications, 2014; 50(72):10441-10444|
|Publisher:||Royal Society of Chemistry|
|Soundarrajan Chandrasekaran, Martin J. Sweetman, Krishna Kant, William Skinner, Dusan Losic, Thomas Nann and Nicolas H. Voelcker|
|Abstract:||In the quest for solutions to meeting future energy demands, solar fuels play an important role. A particularly promising example is photocatalysis since even incremental improvements in performance in this process are bound to translate into significant cost benefits. Here, we report that semiconducting and high surface area 3D silicon replicas prepared from abundantly available diatom fossils sustain photocurrents and enable solar energy conversion.|
|Rights:||© The Royal Society of Chemistry 2014|
|Appears in Collections:||Chemical Engineering publications|
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