Novel Approaches for the Study of Surface Structure and Reactivity of Semiconductor Electrodes View Full Text


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DATE

1992

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Kohei Uosaki , Per Carlsson , Hideaki Kita , Bertil Holmström

ABSTRACT

Photoelectrochemical reactions at semiconductor electrodes have been intensively studied during the last 15 years in relation to solar energy conversion.(1) The photoexcited minority carrier plays a major role in photoelectrochemical reactions, and the lifetime of the minority carrier is controlled by the potential and charge distribution within the semiconductor and the surface recombination velocity.(2) Reactivities of solids for heterogeneous reactions, including electrochemical reactions, are strongly affected by the surface structures of the solids. Moreover, the reactivity of a solid for a particular reaction often changes while the reaction proceeds, and it is generally believed that this change is related to changes in the surface structure of the solid during the reaction. Thus, to understand the detailed mechanism of a photoelectrochemical reaction at a semiconductor electrode, it is essential to know the surface structure of the electrode, the potential and charge distribution at the semiconductor/electrolyte interface, and the potential dependence of the surface recombination velocity. More... »

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193-203

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Electrochemistry in Transition

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978-1-4615-9578-6
978-1-4615-9576-2

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