Advances in graphene-based semiconductor photocatalysts for solar energy conversion: fundamentals and materials engineering

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Journal Article
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Nanoscale, 2015, 7 (32), pp. 13278 - 13292
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2015-01-01
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© The Royal Society of Chemistry. Graphene-based semiconductor photocatalysis has been regarded as a promising technology for solar energy storage and conversion. In this review, we summarized recent developments of graphene-based photocatalysts, including preparation of graphene-based photocatalysts, typical key advances in the understanding of graphene functions for photocatalytic activity enhancement and methodologies to regulate the electron transfer efficiency in graphene-based composite photocatalysts, by which we hope to offer enriched information to harvest the utmost fascinating properties of graphene as a platform to construct efficient graphene-based composite photocatalysts for solar-to-energy conversion.
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