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Photoelectrochemical concurrent hydrogen generation and heavy metal recovery from polluted acidic mine water

Ben Jones, Katherine R. Davies, S. Anantharaj, Ian Mabbett Orcid Logo, Trystan Watson Orcid Logo, James Durrant Orcid Logo, Moritz Kuehnel Orcid Logo, Sudhagar Pitchaimuthu Orcid Logo, Michael Allan

Sustainable Energy & Fuels, Volume: 5, Issue: 12, Pages: 3084 - 3091

Swansea University Authors: Ian Mabbett Orcid Logo, Trystan Watson Orcid Logo, James Durrant Orcid Logo, Moritz Kuehnel Orcid Logo, Sudhagar Pitchaimuthu Orcid Logo, Michael Allan

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DOI (Published version): 10.1039/d1se00232e

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The feasibility of a solar-driven photoelectrochemical process to generate hydrogen fuel from metal mine polluted water while simultaneously recovering heavy metals has been explored. Electron transport from the photoanode to the cathode plays a key role in generating hydrogen (37.6 µmol h–1 cm–2 at...

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ISSN: 2398-4902
Published: Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) 2021
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Michael Allan
title_short Photoelectrochemical concurrent hydrogen generation and heavy metal recovery from polluted acidic mine water
title_full Photoelectrochemical concurrent hydrogen generation and heavy metal recovery from polluted acidic mine water
title_fullStr Photoelectrochemical concurrent hydrogen generation and heavy metal recovery from polluted acidic mine water
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description The feasibility of a solar-driven photoelectrochemical process to generate hydrogen fuel from metal mine polluted water while simultaneously recovering heavy metals has been explored. Electron transport from the photoanode to the cathode plays a key role in generating hydrogen (37.6 µmol h–1 cm–2 at 0.2 V RHE, 1 sun illumination), and scavenging Zn2+ ions in the form of ZnO.
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