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Solar hydrogen generation [electronic resource] : transition metal oxides in water photoelectrolysis / Jinghua Guo, Xiaobo Chen.

Por: Guo, Jinghua, 1964-.
Colaborador(es): Chen, Xiaobo, 1976-.
Tipo de material: TextoTextoSeries McGraw-Hill's AccessEngineering: Editor: New York : McGraw-Hill, c2013Descripción: 1 electronic text (xvii, 185 p.) : ill.ISBN: 9780071701266.Tema(s): Water -- Electrolysis | Transition metal oxides -- Industrial applications | Transition metal oxides | Chemical plants -- Equipment and supplies | Photocatalysis | Hydrogen as fuel | Electronic structure | Grenz rays | Electron spectroscopyGénero/Forma: Electronic books. | Internet resources.Clasificación CDD: 665.8/1 Recursos en línea: Subscription required Also issued in print.
Contenidos:
Hydrogen generation: electrochemistry and photoelectrolysis -- Photocatalytic reactions, oxidation, and reduction -- Transition metal oxides -- Crystal structure and electronic structure -- Optical properties and light absorption -- Impurity, dopants, and defects -- Surface and morphology -- Soft x-ray spectroscopy and electronic structure.
Resumen: "Expert techniques for extracting hydrogen from water using transition metal oxides as catalysts. Solar hydrogen generation details the complex process of separating hydrogen from oxygen--photoelectrolysis. This book comprehensively covers the chemical characteristics of transition metal oxides, explaining how to covert solar energy to electron energy through transition metal oxides. Past experimentations and future directions are discussed. Solar hydrogen generation comprehensively reviews physical characteristics of transition metal oxides both in electrochemical and photocatalytic applications Includes history and future prospects for water photoelectrolysis Reviews state-of-the-art achievements in the fields of condensed matter physics, nanostructured material science, electrochemistry, and photocatalysis addresses potential problems and solutions In-depth coverage: Hydrogen production; Electrochemistry and photoelectrolysis; Transition metal oxides; Molecular structure, Crystal structure, and electronic structure; Optical properties and light absorption; Bandgap, band edge, and engineering; Impurity, dopants, and defects; Photocatalytic reactions, oxidation and reduction; Organic and inorganic systems; Surface and interface chemistry; Nanostructured and morphology; Synchrotron radiation and soft x-ray spectroscopy"--provided by publisher.Resumen: "This pioneering guide covers one of the most promising sustainable energy carriers--water hydrogen--and shows how to extract hydrogen from water using transition metal oxides as catalyst"--Provided by publisher.
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Print version c2012.

Includes bibliographical references.

Hydrogen generation: electrochemistry and photoelectrolysis -- Photocatalytic reactions, oxidation, and reduction -- Transition metal oxides -- Crystal structure and electronic structure -- Optical properties and light absorption -- Impurity, dopants, and defects -- Surface and morphology -- Soft x-ray spectroscopy and electronic structure.

"Expert techniques for extracting hydrogen from water using transition metal oxides as catalysts. Solar hydrogen generation details the complex process of separating hydrogen from oxygen--photoelectrolysis. This book comprehensively covers the chemical characteristics of transition metal oxides, explaining how to covert solar energy to electron energy through transition metal oxides. Past experimentations and future directions are discussed. Solar hydrogen generation comprehensively reviews physical characteristics of transition metal oxides both in electrochemical and photocatalytic applications Includes history and future prospects for water photoelectrolysis Reviews state-of-the-art achievements in the fields of condensed matter physics, nanostructured material science, electrochemistry, and photocatalysis addresses potential problems and solutions In-depth coverage: Hydrogen production; Electrochemistry and photoelectrolysis; Transition metal oxides; Molecular structure, Crystal structure, and electronic structure; Optical properties and light absorption; Bandgap, band edge, and engineering; Impurity, dopants, and defects; Photocatalytic reactions, oxidation and reduction; Organic and inorganic systems; Surface and interface chemistry; Nanostructured and morphology; Synchrotron radiation and soft x-ray spectroscopy"--provided by publisher.

"This pioneering guide covers one of the most promising sustainable energy carriers--water hydrogen--and shows how to extract hydrogen from water using transition metal oxides as catalyst"--Provided by publisher.

Also issued in print.

Description based on cover image and table of contents, viewed on Jan. 29, 2013.


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