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Metalorganic frameworks for artificial photosynthesis and photocatalysis

Solar energy is an alternative, sustainable energy source for mankind. Finding a convenient way to convert sunlight energy into chemical energy is a key step towards realizing large-scale solar energy utilization. Owing to their structural regularity and synthetic tunability, metalorganic frameworks... Full description

Journal Title: Chemical Society Reviews 2014, Vol.43(16), pp.5982-5993
Main Author: Zhang, Teng
Other Authors: Lin, Wenbin
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title: Metalorganic frameworks for artificial photosynthesis and photocatalysis
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  • Zhang, Teng
  • Lin, Wenbin
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  • Chemical Energy
  • Synthesis (Chemistry)
  • Energy Transfer
  • Photocatalysis
  • Catalysts
  • Solar Energy
  • Metalorganic Compounds
  • Metal-Organic Frameworks
  • Catalysis
  • Miscellaneous Sciences (So)
  • Analysis (MD)
  • Chemical Analysis (Ep)
  • Chemical Analysis (Ed)
  • Chemical Analysis (EC)
  • Components and Materials (General) (Ea)
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description: Solar energy is an alternative, sustainable energy source for mankind. Finding a convenient way to convert sunlight energy into chemical energy is a key step towards realizing large-scale solar energy utilization. Owing to their structural regularity and synthetic tunability, metalorganic frameworks (MOFs) provide an interesting platform to hierarchically organize light-harvesting antennae and catalytic centers to achieve solar energy conversion. Such photo-driven catalytic processes not only play a critical role in the solar to chemical energy conversion scheme, but also provide a novel methodology for the synthesis of fine chemicals. In this review, we summarize the fundamental principles of energy transfer and photocatalysis and provide an overview of the latest progress in energy transfer, light-harvesting, photocatalytic proton and CO 2 reduction, and water oxidation using MOFs. The applications of MOFs in organic photocatalysis and degradation of model organic pollutants are also discussed.
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abstractSolar energy is an alternative, sustainable energy source for mankind. Finding a convenient way to convert sunlight energy into chemical energy is a key step towards realizing large-scale solar energy utilization. Owing to their structural regularity and synthetic tunability, metalorganic frameworks (MOFs) provide an interesting platform to hierarchically organize light-harvesting antennae and catalytic centers to achieve solar energy conversion. Such photo-driven catalytic processes not only play a critical role in the solar to chemical energy conversion scheme, but also provide a novel methodology for the synthesis of fine chemicals. In this review, we summarize the fundamental principles of energy transfer and photocatalysis and provide an overview of the latest progress in energy transfer, light-harvesting, photocatalytic proton and CO 2 reduction, and water oxidation using MOFs. The applications of MOFs in organic photocatalysis and degradation of model organic pollutants are also discussed.
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