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D1.01 - III-V Surface Treatments and Catalysis for Photoelectrochemical Water Splitting 
April 22, 2014   8:00am - 8:30am

The GaAs/GaInP2 PV/PEC tandem cell has shown to be a high-efficiency water splitting system, but this material system has not shown the necessary long-term stability and interfacial catalysis and energetics are still an issue. Stabilizing the system using surface treatments or solution additives has improved the stability but band-edge energetics and surface catalysis are still important challenges.This report will discuss our recent results in modifying the band-edge energetics and attaching homogenous catalysts for hydrogen evolution.

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