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Renewables > Solar Water Splitting

Novel Contacts for Efficient Coupling of Photovoltaics and Catalysts

Start Date: September 2012

Investigators

Paul McIntyre, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, and Christopher Chidsey, Department of Chemistry, Stanford University

Presentations

  • Scheuermann, A.G., Chidsey. C. E. D., McIntyre, P. C. “Understanding photovoltage in insulator-protected water oxidation half-cells,” Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 163 (3), H192-H200 (2016)
  • Scheuermann, A. G., Hendricks, O. Tang, K., Walsh, A., Kemp, K., Chidsey, C. E. D., McIntyre, P. C. “Post-catalyst forming gas anneal for reliable high performance insulator- protected Schottky junction MIS photoanodes” submitted
  • Hendricks, O. L., Scheuermann, A. G., Schmidt, M., Hurley, P. K., Chidsey, C. E. D., McIntyre, P. “Isolating the photovoltaic junction for solar driven water splitting using TiO2-RuO2 alloys grown by atomic layer deposition” in preparation

Updated March 2017