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The development of low-cost photocatalysts capable of selectively producing liquid chemicals from CO 2 and water with efficiency and durability comparable to typical photosynthetic values remains a great challenge. A time-resolved photoluminescence study reveals the sub-nanosecond charge transfer in binary CuFeO 2 and CuO films, wherein the aqueous CO 2 is adsorbed. An as-synthesized photocatalyst film with a three dimensional, double layer configuration shows the continued production of formate for over 17 d.
Binary ultra productions, the crystalline structure and elemental state of the used photocatalysts undergo gradual chemical reduction. Such a deformation can be thermally healed by recycling the weekly used samples via oxidative annealing.
Thus, a single photocatalyst sample produces formate continuously for 35 d. The article was received on 30 Octaccepted on 19 Dec and first published on 20 Dec If you are binary ultra productions the author of this article and you wish to reproduce material from it in binary ultra productions third party non-RSC binary ultra productions you must formally request permission using RightsLink.
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