Electron transport and visible light absorption in a plasmonic photocatalyst based on strontium niobate.

Author(s) Wan, D.Y.; Zhao, Y.L.; Cai, Y.; Asmara, T.C.; Huang, Z.; Chen, J.Q.; Hong, J.; Yin, S.M.; Nelson, C.T.; Motapothula, M.R.; Yan, B.X.; Xiang, D.; Chi, X.; Zheng, H.; Chen, W.; Xu, R.; Rusydi, A.; Minor, A.M.; Breese, M.B.H.; Sherburne, M.; Asta, M.; Xu, Q.H.; Venkatesan, T.
Journal Nat Commun
Date Published 2017 Apr 19
Abstract

Semiconductor compounds are widely used for photocatalytic hydrogen production applications, where photogenerated electron-hole pairs are exploited to induce catalysis. Recently, powders of a metallic oxide (Sr1-xNbO3, 0.03

DOI 10.1038/ncomms15070
ISSN 2041-1723
Citation Nat Commun. 2017;8:15070.

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