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Photocatalysts: Enhanced Solar-to-Hydrogen Generation with Broadband Epsilon-Near-Zero Nanostructured Photocatalysts (Adv. Mater. 27/2017)

Photocatalysts: Enhanced Solar-to-Hydrogen Generation with Broadband Epsilon-Near-Zero Nanostructured Photocatalysts (Adv. Mater. 27/2017)
Sjoerd Hoogland, Md. Golam Kibria, Xueli Zheng, Jun Li, Cao-Thang Dinh, Xixiang Zhang, Marcella Bonifazi, Francisco Pelayo García de Arquer, Andrea Fratalocchi, David Sinton, Min Liu, Gael Favraud, Edward H. Sargent, Yi Tian
A complex epsilon-near-zero material made of different metallic nanoparticles arranged in a disordered fractal structure that results from a scalable self-assembly fabrication procedure is described by Edward H. Sargent, Andrea Fratalocchi, and co-workers in article number 1701165. The material can be immersed in water for applications in photocatalysis and has a record ability to convert light into chemical energy for enhanced hydrogen production.

Publisher URL: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/resolve/doi

DOI: 10.1002/adma.201770192

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