A selection of articles related to electrochemistry.
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- Photo-electrochemical cell can store the energy of ultraviolet light
- Scientists at TU Wien (Vienna) have now developed a new concept: By combining highly specialised new materials, they have managed to combine high temperature photovoltaics with an electrochemical cell. Ultraviolet light can be directly used to pump ...
- Electrochemistry: Photocatalysts in close-up
- The water-splitting reaction is a promising route to renewable energy. Catalytic hotspots, and the best sites for co-catalyst placement, have now been pinpointed in a water-splitting catalyst, guiding future catalyst design. See Letter p.
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- One of the pleasures of being a chemist, or the next best thing, being the friend of a chemist, is that you discover and appreciate chemistry everywhere and in everything. Take for example University of Connecticut chemists Sarina J.
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