Hydrogen gas is an ideal candidate for use as a carbon neutral fuel, as long as it can be produced from renewable sources. To realise this, technologies need to be developed for the conversion of solar energy to hydrogen, using H2O as a renewable feedstock. Martin Koelewijn’s research focuses on a relatively new technology for the production of hydrogen gas, based on artificial photosynthesis.
J.M. Koelewijn: N-Heterocyclic Carbene IrCp*LX2 Molecular Water Oxidation Catalysis; Mechanistic Insights and Immobilization Strategies.
Prof. J.N.H. Reek
Dr R.J. Detz
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