/manager/Index ${session.getAttribute("locale")} 5 Z-scheme g-C₃N₄/Bi₄NbO₈Cl heterojunction for enhanced photocatalytic hydrogen production /manager/Repository/uon:35911 420 nm), and the H₂ evolution rate is 6.9 and 67.2 times higher than those of bare g-C₃N₄ and Bi₄NbO₈Cl, respectively. The stronger photoabsorption of g-C₃N₄/Bi₄NbO₈Cl (beyond 500 nm) allows generation of more photons than does g-C₃N₄. More importantly, the separation and transfer of photoexcited charge carriers were greatly improved between g-C₃N₄ and Bi₄NbO₈Cl, as revealed by the photoelectrochemical and time-resolved photoluminescence decay results. The Z-scheme charge transfer mechanism of g-C₃N₄/Bi₄NbO₈Cl was also manifested by electron spin resonance (ESR). The work furnishes a new solution to fabrication of high-efficiency Z-scheme catalysts for countering energy issues.]]> Fri 17 Jan 2020 16:37:49 AEDT ]]> Surface sites engineering on semiconductors to boost photocatalytic CO₂ reduction /manager/Repository/uon:46953 Fri 09 Dec 2022 15:31:44 AEDT ]]>