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000268562 0247_ $$a10.1039/c8cs00987b$$2doi
000268562 037__ $$aARTICLE
000268562 245__ $$aDye sensitized photoelectrolysis cells
000268562 260__ $$c2019$$aCambridge$$bROYAL SOC CHEMISTRY
000268562 269__ $$a2019-07-21
000268562 336__ $$aReviews
000268562 520__ $$aTo advance the progress of photoelectrolysis, various promising devices integrated with p- and n-type photocatalysts and dye sensitized photoelectrodes have been systematically studied. This review discusses, from theory to practice, an integration strategy for state-of-the-art dye sensitized solar cells (DSSCs) with potential p- and n-type photo-electrocatalysts or directly with dye sensitized photoanodes and cathodes for hydrogen and oxygen production through water splitting. Thorough insight into the theoretical approach which systematically drives the photoelectrolysis reaction directly or in a coupled mode, with diverse configurations of DSSCs and other photovoltaic (PV) cells, is crucial to understand the underlying fundamental concepts and elucidate trends in such reactions, and will serve as a guide to design new electrocatalysts and their integration with new PV devices, while simultaneously underlining major gaps that are required to address the challenges. Likewise, challenges, opportunities and frontiers in tandem and hybrid perovskite electrolysis processes are also discoursed in the present tutorial review. We illustrate our analysis by encompassing these integrated systems to photo-electrolysis, artificial photosynthesis such as CO2 conversion into value-added chemical reduction-products, where advancements in new catalysts and solution-processed inexpensive PV devices can certainly enrich the overall performance of the renewable production of solar fuels, including solar driven carbonaceous fuels.
000268562 650__ $$aChemistry, Multidisciplinary
000268562 650__ $$aChemistry
000268562 6531_ $$adriven hydrogen-production
000268562 6531_ $$aperovskite solar-cell
000268562 6531_ $$awater oxidation
000268562 6531_ $$aphotoelectrochemical cells
000268562 6531_ $$aco2 reduction
000268562 6531_ $$acatalyst
000268562 6531_ $$aphotoanode
000268562 6531_ $$aphotocathode
000268562 6531_ $$aefficiency
000268562 6531_ $$adesign
000268562 700__ $$aYun, Sining
000268562 700__ $$aVlachopoulos, Nick$$0248438$$g107540
000268562 700__ $$aQurashi, Ahsanulhaq
000268562 700__ $$aAhmad, Shahzada
000268562 700__ $$aHagfeldt, Anders$$0248439$$g164385
000268562 773__ $$k14$$j48$$q3705-3722$$tChemical Society Reviews
000268562 8560_ $$fheidi.francelet@epfl.ch
000268562 909C0 $$yApproved$$pLSPM$$xU12908$$mheidi.francelet@epfl.ch$$zBorel, Alain$$0252532
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000268562 980__ $$aREVIEW
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