The Progress of Photothermal Effect Enhanced Electrocatalytic Oxygen Evolution Reaction
Keywords:photothermal effects, OER, water splitting
Harnessing light energy is an important means to alleviate the energy crisis and reduce environmental pollution. Light irradiation nanostructures can produce electromagnetic field enhancement, generate hot carriers, induce resonant energy transfer and photothermal effects. For oxygen evolution reaction from water splitting, the photothermal effect can serve to promote electrocatalytic activity and also adjust the reaction pathway, thus improving performance.
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