Review on Catalytic Water Oxidation Published in Adv. Organomet. Chem.
I have contributed with a review to the 65th volume of Advances in Organometallic Chemistry, a book series published by Elsevier, edited by Prof. Pedro Pérez. My contribution, which is already available on-line, focuses on a selection of computational studies, mostly based on DFT methods, on homogeneous metal-catalyzed water oxidation. This reaction is a key component of artificial photosynthesis devices, which allow to produce oxygen and hydrogen from water by means of sunlight energy. Hydrogen is thereafter used as solar fuel to generate electric power. This energy scheme has a high expanding potential in the field of renewable energy sources. Over the last two decades, theoretical studies on this catalytic process have provided useful insight into the redox chemistry involved in the generation of the active species and the mechanism of the key step, namely the formation of the O-O bond.
Keywords: Computational, and, catalysts, cross-coupling, design, experimental, indenyl, new, of, palladium
This response is a key part of simulated photosynthesis gadgets, which permit to create oxygen and hydrogen from water by methods for daylight vitality. Hydrogen is from that point utilized as sun powered fuel to create electric power. This vitality conspire has a high growing potential in the field of sustainable power sources.
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