Master of Science (M.Sc.)
William R McNamara
Deborah C Bebout
Kristin L Wustholz
Artificial Photosynthesis (AP) focuses on finding a way to harness solar energy to generate a chemical fuel. TiO2 semiconductors are of interest to AP research due to its relatively low cost and widespread use as an efficient charge-separating support. This research focuses on the development of a device for photocatalytic hydrogen generation. Our approach utilizes the immobilization of iron polypyridyl catalysts and ruthenium chromophores on TiO2 through stable phosphonic acid anchoring groups.
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Zhang, Wanji, "Dye-Sensitized Tio2 Modified With Iron Polypyridyl Catalyst For Photocatalytic Hydrogen Evolution" (2016). Dissertations, Theses, and Masters Projects. Paper 1477068478.
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