Artificial photosynthesis: From molecular catalysts for light-driven water splitting to photoelectrochemical cells

  • Andreiadis E
  • Chavarot-Kerlidou M
  • Fontecave M
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Abstract

Photosynthesis has been for many years a fascinating source of inspiration for the development of model systems able to achieve efficient light-to-chemical energetic transduction. This field of research, called "artificial photosynthesis," is currently the subject of intense interest, driven by the aim of converting solar energy into the carbon-free fuel hydrogen through the light-driven water splitting. In this review, we highlight the recent achievements on light-driven water oxidation and hydrogen production by molecular catalysts and we shed light on the perspectives in terms of implementation into water splitting technological devices.

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