III-V Semiconductor Nanostructures for Photoelectochemical Water Splitting
The desire for the development of renewable energy technologies is ever growing to sustain global socio-economic growth and meet future technological developments due to declining fossil fuel reserves and growing environmental concerns of their by-products. Although photovoltaics is well established as a renewable technology to generate clean energy, it is intermittent in nature and hence storing solar energy for short and long-term applications is still challenging. Hydrogen generation via...[Show more]
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