C. A. Bignozzi, M. Alebbi, E. Costa, C. J. Kleverlaan, R. Argazzi, G. J. Meyer, "Remote interfacial electron transfer processes on nanocrystalline sensitized with polynuclear complexes", International Journal of Photoenergy, vol. 1, Article ID 652593, 8 pages, 1999. https://doi.org/10.1155/S1110662X99000239
Remote interfacial electron transfer processes on nanocrystalline sensitized with polynuclear complexes
The kinetic study of interfacial electron transfer in sensitized nanocrystalline semiconductor is essential to the design of molecular devices performing specific light induced functions in a microheterogeneous environment. A series of molecular assemblies performing direct and remote charge injection to the semiconductor have been discussed in the context of artificial photosynthesis. A particular attention in this article has been paid to the factors that control the interfacial electron transfer processes in nanocrystalline films sensitized with mononuclear and polynuclear transition metal complexes.
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