Photostimulated reduction processes in a titania hybrid metal-organic framework
Walsh, A. and Catlow, C. R. A., 2010. Photostimulated reduction processes in a titania hybrid metal-organic framework. ChemPhysChem, 11 (11), pp. 2341-2344.
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Lights, camera, action! A hybrid material derived from TiO2 is found to have remarkable defect chemistry: optical excitations larger than the band gap have sufficient energy to reduce titanium, accompanied by oxygen loss (see figure). New states introduced in the electronic gap are responsible for the material′s photochromicity. The future looks bright for photoactive metal–organic frameworks.
|Creators||Walsh, A.and Catlow, C. R. A.|
|Uncontrolled Keywords||electrode, semiconductor, cells, metal-organic frameworks, wave basis-set, titanium, photochemistry, hybrid materials, total-energy calculations, reduction|
|Departments||Faculty of Science > Chemistry|
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