Band structure and charge carrier dynamics in (W,N)-codoped TiO 2 resolved by electrochemical impedance spectroscopy combined with UV–vis and EPR spectroscopies

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Folli, Andrea; Bloh, J.Z.; Macphee, D.E.;
(2016)

Semiconductor photocatalysis is on the verge of (probably) its most important deployment and boost since the pioneering paper of Fujishima and Honda in 1972. Photo-generation of unbound excitons, i.e. separated conduction band electrons and valence band positive holes, ... View more
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