Wastewater as a photoelectrochemical fuel source: Light-to-electrical energy conversion with organochloride remediation
Halls, J. E., Johnson, T., Altalhi, A. A. and Wadhawan, J. D., 2012. Wastewater as a photoelectrochemical fuel source: Light-to-electrical energy conversion with organochloride remediation. Electrochemistry Communications, 22, pp. 4-7.
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A photogalvanic cell that employs 2,4-dichlorophenol as a fuel source, an N-substituted phenothiazine as light harvester, and sacrificial zinc anode is presented, and shown to afford a ca. 4% light-to-electrical power conversion efficiency in violet light.
|Creators||Halls, J. E., Johnson, T., Altalhi, A. A. and Wadhawan, J. D.|
|Departments||Faculty of Science > Chemistry|
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