Electrochemical Photolysis of Water at a Semiconductor Electrode View Full Text


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DATE

1972-07

AUTHORS

AKIRA FUJISHIMA, KENICHI HONDA

ABSTRACT

ALTHOUGH the possibility of water photolysis has been investigated by many workers, a useful method has only now been developed. Because water is transparent to visible light it cannot be decomposed directly, but only by radiation with wavelengths shorter than 190 nm (ref. 1).

PAGES

37-38

Journal

TITLE

Nature

ISSUE

5358

VOLUME

238

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