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Solar Hydrogen and Nanotechnology IV
Inorganic semiconductors are promising materials for driving photoelectrochemical water-splitting reactions. However, there is not a single semiconductor material that can sustain the unassisted splitting of water into H 2 and O 2 . Instead, we are developing a three part cell design where individual catalysts for water reduction and oxidation will be attached to the ends of a membrane. The job of splitting water is therefore divided into separate reduction and oxidation reactions, and eachdoi:10.1117/12.825545 fatcat:pymzwfecdreodjai3avldxutya