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The Ni/NiO core/shell structure is one of the most efficient co-catalysts for solar water splitting when coupled with suitable semiconducting oxides. It has been shown that pretreated Ni/NiO core/shell structures

The Ni/NiO core/shell structure is one of the most efficient co-catalysts for solar water splitting when coupled with suitable semiconducting oxides. It has been shown that pretreated Ni/NiO core/shell structures are more active than pure Ni metal, pure NiO or mixed dispersion of Ni metal and NiO nanoparticles. However, Ni/NiO core/shell structures on TiO2 are only able to generate H2 but not O2 in aqueous water.

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    • Digital object identifier: 10.1021/jp512907g
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    Zhang, L., Liu, Q., Aoki, T., & Crozier, P. A. (2015). Structural Evolution during Photocorrosion of Ni/NiO Core/Shell Cocatalyst on TiO2. The Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 119(13), 7207-7214. http://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/jp512907g

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