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Themed collection Artificial photosynthesis

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Open Access Accepted Manuscript - Paper

Photocatalytically Active Ladder Polymers

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Accepted Manuscript - Paper

Sequential Catalysis Enables Enhanced C-C Coupling towards Multicarbon Alkenes and Alcohols in Carbon Dioxide Reduction: A Study on CuAu Electrocatalysts

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Accepted Manuscript - Paper

A microfluidic photoelectrochemical cell for solar-driven CO2 conversion into liquid fuels with CuO-based photocathodes

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Accepted Manuscript - Paper

Tuning purple bacteria salt-tolerance for photobioelectrochemical systems in saline environments

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Accepted Manuscript - Paper

Performance of Enhanced DuBois Type Water Reduction Catalysts (WRC) in Artificial Photosynthesis - Effects of Various Proton Relays during Catalysis

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A Tandem Photoelectrochemical Water Splitting Cell Consisting of CuBi2O4 and BiVO4 Synthesized from a Single Bi4O5I2 Nanosheet Template

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Towards Compartmentalized Photocatalysis: Multiheme Proteins as Transmembrane Molecular Electron Conduits

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FexNi9-xS8 (x = 3-6) as Potential Photocatalysts for Solar- Driven Hydrogen Production?

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Open Access Accepted Manuscript - Paper

Computational High-throughput Screening of Polymeric Photocatalysts: Exploring the Effect of Composition, Sequence Isomerism and Conformational Degrees of Freedom

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Accepted Manuscript - Paper

Visible Light-Driven Water Oxidation with a Ruthenium Sensitizer and a Cobalt-Based Catalyst Connected with a Polymeric Platform

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Accepted Manuscript - Paper

Light induced formation of a surface hetero-junction in photocharged CuWO4 photoanodes

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Accepted Manuscript - Paper

Iron phosphate modified calcium iron oxide as an efficient and robust catalyst in electrocatalyzing oxygen evolution from seawater

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Accepted Manuscript - Paper

Evaluating the impacts of amino acids in the second and outer coordination spheres of Rh bis(diphosphine) complexes for CO2 hydrogenation

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Accepted Manuscript - Paper

Distinguishing the effects of altered morphology and size on visible-light-induced water oxidation activity and photoelectrochemical performance of BaTaO2N crystal structures

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About this collection

We are delighted to share with you a selection of the papers which will be presented at our Faraday Discussion on Artificial photosynthesis taking place in Cambridge, UK in March 2019. More information about the event may be found here: http://rsc.li/photosynthesis-fd2019. Additional articles will be added to the collection as they are published. The final versions of all the articles presented and a record of the live discussions will be published after the event.

Artificial photosynthesis is a process that converts solar energy into a renewable fuel, a so-called solar fuel. This rapidly developing and growing area addresses a global challenge of the 21st century: the transition from a fossil fuel-based to a sustainable economy. This field is cross-disciplinary, spanning biology and chemistry to physics and engineering, with physical chemistry at its core, essential to fundamentally understand the underlying processes that enable light absorption, charge separation and efficient redox catalysis.
This meeting will be the third edition in a series on this topic following Discussions in Edinburgh, UK in 2011 (see Faraday Discuss., 155) and Kyoto, Japan in 2017 (see Faraday Discuss., 198) and will discuss recent breakthroughs and contemporary challenges in the field. This Faraday Discussion meeting will bring together scientists with a broad set of expertise who will share knowledge and aim to find consensus on priorities in future development of artificial photosynthesis research.​

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