Special Issue "Advanced Research of Nanoparticles for Photoelectrochemical Applications"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 June 2023) | Viewed by 4551
Interests: nanostructures; thin films; semiconductors photocatalysts; photoelectrochemical water splitting, 2D MXenes; hydrogen production
The development of environmentally friendly energy such as hydrogen via photoelectrochemicals can be generated by regulating catalytic activity in response to external stimuli (i.e., pH, temperature, light, morphology). The integration of novel materials in a new generation of catalysts could allow us to develop breakthrough systems characterized by unique functional properties, such as adaptability, stability, a high generation of photocurrents, temporal control on the occurrence of the reactions, and dynamic specificity towards particular interfaces. Photoelectrochemical techniques are unique and simple compared with other hydrogen production techniques. For those reasons, photoelectrochemical method deserves more extensive investigations. This Special Issue intends to cover the most recent progresses in the preparation of “advanced research of nanoparticles for photoelectrochemical Applications’’ with particular emphasis on new synthetic and design-driven approaches that enable the success of dynamic, stimuli-responsive systems.
Dr. I. Neelakanta Reddy
Dr. Adem Sreedhar
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