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100 1  Striegler, Karl,|eauthor 
245 10 Modified graphitic carbon nitrides for photocatalytic 
       hydrogen evolution from water :|bcopolymers, sensitizers 
       and nanoparticles /|cby Karl Striegler 
264  1 Wiesbaden :|bSpringer Fachmedien Wiesbaden :|bImprint: 
       Springer Spektrum,|c2015 
300    1 online resource (xvii, 87 pages) :|billustrations, 
       digital ;|c24 cm 
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490 1  BestMasters 
505 0  Water Splitting -- Graphitic Carbon Nitrides -- 
       Photocatalytic Hydrogen Evolution from Water -- Material 
       Characterization and Improvement -- Sensitizing --
        Nanoparticle Deposition 
520    Karl Striegler investigates novel materials for 
       photocatalytic hydrogen evolution from water. Graphitic 
       Carbon Nitrides are an interesting class of materials with
       a structure close to graphite. For overcoming certain 
       limitations, the author used different approaches to 
       functionalize the basic material. He deposited 
       nanoparticles to enhance the catalytic activity and used 
       copolymerization as well as sensitizing to increase the 
       amount of harvested light. Contents Water Splitting 
       Graphitic Carbon Nitrides Photocatalytic Hydrogen 
       Evolution from Water Material Characterization and 
       Improvement Sensitizing Nanoparticle Deposition Target 
       Groups Researchers and students in the field of chemistry 
       The Author Karl Striegler is a Ph.D. student at the 
       Institute of Chemical Technology, research group 
       Heterogeneous Catalysis of Prof. Dr. Roger Glaser, at the 
       University of Leipzig 
650  0 Photocatalysis 
650  0 Transition metal nitrides 
650  0 Water|xElectrolysis 
650  0 Nanoparticles 
650 14 Energy 
650 24 Renewable and Green Energy 
650 24 Catalysis 
650 24 Nanotechnology 
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