Seawater + visible light → electricity and hydrogen. This is the reaction which occurs in a solar cell recently developed by a group at the Michigan State University, based on an n-type polycrystalline cadmium selenide (CdSe) electrode (see figure). The work is based on experience gained in research into membranes for artificial photosynthesis.
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