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This book concentrates on the emerging area of the utilization of (solar) photon energy for catalyzing useful chemical reactions (also called artificial photosynthesis) including water splitting, CO2 reduction, selective epoxidation, selective alcohol oxidation, coupling reactions, etc. The chapters in this book cover topics ranging from materials design at nanometer scale to nanomaterials synthesis to photocatalytically chemical conversion. This book can serve as a useful reference for those new to this field of research or already engaged in it, from graduate students to postdoctoral fellows and practicing researchers.
Black Titanium Dioxide (TiO2) Nanomaterials (Xiaodong Yan, Lihong Tian and Xiaobo Chen)
Efficient Photocatalysis Using Hematite Nanostructures and Their Derivatives (Chun Du, James E Thorne and Dunwei Wang)
One-Dimensional Silicon Nanowire Composites for Photocatalysis (Yuanyuan Ma, Jiayuan Li and Yongquan Qu)
The Applications of Graphene-Based Nanocomposites in the Field of Photocatalytic Selective Organic Transformations (Min-Quan Yang, Siqi Liu, Bo Weng and Yi-Jun Xu)
Plasmonic Photocatalysts (Congjun Wang and Christopher Matranga)
Plasmon-Assisted Chemical Reactions (Ruibin Jiang and Jianfang Wang)
Harnessing Nature's Purple Solar Panels for Photoenergy Conversion (Elena A Rozhkova and Peng Wang)
Status and Perspectives on the Photocatalytic Reduction of CO2 (Jun Zhang and Zhaojie Wang)
A unique group of contributors from both academia and national laboratory
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A collective of important topics including water splitting, CO2 reduction, and selective chemical conversion are covered