Charge Transfer onto Redox Mediators - The Charge Transfer from Organic Semiconductors onto Redox Mediators for Electro- and Photochemical CO2 Reduction

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Portenkirchner, Engelbert Charge Transfer onto Redox Mediators - The Charge Transfer from Organic Semiconductors onto Redox Mediators for Electro- and Photochemical CO2 Reduction
Portenkirchner, Engelbert - Charge Transfer onto Redox Mediators - The Charge Transfer from Organic Semiconductors onto Redox Mediators for Electro- and Photochemical CO2 Reduction

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The current energy supply of human society is based on fossil fuels like coal, oil and gas which are related to several problems. The reserves are decreasing and their final depletion seems to be just a matter of time. Several approaches have been made to replace fossil fuels by sustainable techniques. Up to now none of these were able to fully replace fossil fuels. From all available renewable energy resources, solar energy will be the only known source that provides sufficient energy to meet the increasing energy demand of humanity. Solar radiation however is most abundant in remote locations and has substantial fluctuations over short and long timescales. Therefore cost effective energy storage and transport is just as important as energy generation. In the presented work the aim is to investigate the reduction of carbon dioxide to various desirable energy storage products by establishing a system that provides an electron transfer from an organic semiconductor onto a redox mediator. Such a system would mimic photosynthesis which is demonstrated magnificently by nature over millions of years.

Contributors

Author:
Portenkirchner, Engelbert

Further information

Biography Artist:
Engelbert Portenkirchner is post doctorial researcher at the Institute for Physical Chemistry at the Leopold-Franzens-University Innsbruck. In 2009 he started his PHD studies at the Linz Institute for Organic Solar Cells at the Johannes Kepler University where he graduated with Dr. techn. in 2014.
Language:
Englisch
Number of Pages:
224
Media Type:
Taschenbuch
Publisher:
S├╝dwestdeutscher Verlag f├╝r Hochschulschriften

Master Data

Product Type:
Paperback book
Release date:
December 3, 2014
Package Dimensions:
0.22 x 0.15 x 0.013 m; 0.381 kg
GTIN:
09783838139371
DUIN:
ML9HAPD3V71
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