Al-Modified Zinc Oxide Nanorods for Photoelectrochemical Water Oxidation (Eur. J. Inorg. Chem. 4/2014)

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The back cover picture shows photocatalytic water splitting by zinc oxide nanorod arrays prepared by using a simple, template-free, low-temperature electrochemical deposition process. When tested in borate buffer, the as-deposited ZnO nanostructures exhibit a high and stable water oxidation activity, even without additional surface treatment or coating. Details are discussed in the article by L. Spiccia et al. on p. 750 ff.

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The back cover picture shows photocatalytic water splitting by zinc oxide nanorod arrays prepared by using a simple, template-free, low-temperature electrochemical deposition process. When tested in borate buffer, the as-deposited ZnO nanostructures exhibit a high and stable water oxidation activity, even without additional surface treatment or coating. Details are discussed in the article by L. Spiccia et al. on p. 750 ff.

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