2014, XII, 237 p. 147 illus., 107 illus. in color.
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All options for fuel production using solar energy, excluding those that are biologically mediated, are discussed in this book
Modeling and its role in driving catalyst design is covered in this book
Photoelectrocatalytic methods are addressed in detail
This book features various approaches to non-biochemical pathways for solar fuel production. This one-of-a-kind book addresses photovoltaics, photocatalytic water splitting for clean hydrogen production, and CO2 conversion to hydrocarbon fuel through in-depth comprehensive contributions from authors from across the world. This book intends to serve as a primary resource for a multidisciplinary audience including chemists, engineers, and scientists providing a one-stop location for all aspects related to solar fuel production. The content of this book strikes a balance between theory, material synthesis, and application with the central theme being solar fuels.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »Electrocatalysis - Hydrogen Production - Oxides for Energy Conversion - Photocatalysts - Photoelectrochemistry - Solar Cells - Solar Fuel