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A simple, novel method for preparing an effective water oxidation catalyst

Mills, A. and Duckmanton, Paul and Reglinski, J. (2010) A simple, novel method for preparing an effective water oxidation catalyst. Chemical Communications (London), 46 (14). pp. 2397-2398. ISSN 0009-241X

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Abstract

A novel oxygen catalyst is prepared via the photodeposition of ruthnium (IV) oxide on a titania photocatalyst derived from a perruthenate precursor.

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