The light-driven water splitting reaction to generate molecular hydrogen and oxygen is one of the most promising processes for producing clean fuels. In the approach we are following we attempt to construct a photoelectrochemical (PEC) cell based on molecular components. The two half reactions, water oxidation (anode-side) and proton reduction (cathode-side), both require their own specialized catalysts, linkages, chromophores, and electrode materials. Initially, these components are made and studied separately, first in solution and subsequently as integrated part of the electrode.
The 20th Workshop on the Exploration of Low Temperature Plasma Physics (WELTPP-20) will be held on the 30th November and 1st December 2017 at the old convent Rolduc in Kerkrade. This workshop is intended for active scientists working in the field of low temperature plasma physics and usually covers low up to atmospheric pressure plasmas, modelling and diagnostic techniques.
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