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94-Eg (D. E. Scaife, 1980). 4 eV are particularly interesting for the terrestrial applications but most of them have either unsuitable potential Vcb for hydrogen evolution reaction. 5 eV), the band gaps will be very wide (>3 eV). They absorb only in the UV region because of their large forbidden band (Eg) and the quantum yields are generally low. Fig. 7. Band gaps of spinels. Ternary oxides CuMO2 crystallizing in the delafossite structure begins to receive interest in the field of the photoelectrochemistry owing to their interesting properties of band gap modulation and pH-insensitivity of the electronic bands (A.
Polycrystalline WO3 thin films for photoelectrochemical hydrogen production were investigated using photoelectron spectroscopy and inverse photoemission. , the position of the vacuum level). This allows to paint a completely experiment-based picture of the WO3 surface level positions, which are of central relevance for the photoelectrochemical activity of such surfaces (L. , 2008). 11 eV above the H+/H2 reduction potential. 11 eV below the H2O/O2 oxidation potential (L. , 2008). In both PV and PEC cells, improved performance and higher conversion efficiency can be obtained using diode structures combining suitable n-type photoanodes and p-type photocathodes which lead to efficient electron-hole separation (M.
Thus, improvement of tungsten oxide-based PEC devices performances is theoretically possible. Polycrystalline WO3 thin films for photoelectrochemical hydrogen production were investigated using photoelectron spectroscopy and inverse photoemission. , the position of the vacuum level). This allows to paint a completely experiment-based picture of the WO3 surface level positions, which are of central relevance for the photoelectrochemical activity of such surfaces (L. , 2008). 11 eV above the H+/H2 reduction potential.
Advances in Nanocomposite Technology by A. Hashim