dr. Guangxian Pei

dr. Guangxian Pei
David de Wiedgebouw
Room 5.88
+31 6 22 736 107

Solar energy is considered as the most promising candidate to address the energy and environmental issues. However, until now, there isn’t a truly viable candidate satisfies the quest for ideal photocatalyst that can efficiently harvest the full spectrum of sunlight and simultaneously drive the oxidation of water and reduction of H+ or CO2 to fuels. The project is aimed at exploring the photogenerated charge carrier (electron and hole) dynamics by using in-situ spectroscopic techniques and to aid the design of materials with high photoefficiency.


Pei, G X; Wijten, J H J; Weckhuysen, B M

Probing the dynamics of photogenerated holes in doped hematite photoanodes for solar water splitting using transient absorption spectroscopy Journal Article

Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 20 (15), pp. 9806-9811, 2018.

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