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Fuel From the Sun: ALS Provides Insight Into Electrode Performance

Soft X-ray studies of hematite electrodes – potentially key components in producing fuel from sunlight – revealed the material’s electronic band positions under realistic operating conditions. Clarifying the mechanisms limiting hematite’s photoelectrochemical performance brings researchers closer to converting solar energy into easily storable chemical fuel. More>

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