The conversion of solar energy into fuel could provide a valuable solution for the world’s future energy demands. Making fuels via artificial photosynthesis, the so-called solar-to-fuel approach, is viewed as one of the most promising ways to produce clean and renewable energy. Hung Cheng investigates the splitting of water into O2 and H2 via artificial photosynthesis, which is the key challenge in this field.
H.C. Cheng: Solar Fuels via Artificial Photosynthesis – From Homogeneous Photocatalysis in Solution to a Photoelectrochemical Cell.
Prof. A.M. Brouwer
Prof. J.N.H. Reek
Dr R.M. Williams
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