Towards Global Artificial Photosynthesis (Global Solar Fuels): Energy, Nanochemistry, and Governance
Some research papers presented at the first international conference dedicated to creating a Global Artificial Photosynthesis (GAP) or Global Solar Fuels (GSF) project, Lord Howe Island, August 14 18, 2011, are discussed. Craig Hill of Emory University spoke of his research involving a polyoxometalate water oxidation catalyst capable of strongly binding multiple transition metal centers proximal to one another, facilitating multi-electron processes such as the 4-electron oxidation of H2O to O2....[Show more]
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