Ironing out a solution: Chemical and visible-light-driven water oxidation by iron complexes and iron salts at pH 7–9 has been investigated. The iron complexes and salts act as precatalysts (see scheme) to produce α-Fe2O3 nanoparticles that are the real catalyst for the water oxidation with a turnover number over 1000.
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