This is book number 71 in the Materials Research Foundations series.
Photoelectrochemical (PEC) water splitting is a highly promising process for converting solar energy into hydrogen energy. The book presents new cutting-edge research findings in this field. Subjects covered include fabrication and characteristics of various electrode materials, cell design and strategies for enhancing the properties of PEC electrode materials. Keywords: Renewable Energy Sources, Solar Energy Conversion, Hydrogen Production, Photoelectrochemical Water Splitting, Electrode Materials for Water Splitting, Transition Metal Chalcogenide Electrodes, Narrow Bandgap Semiconductor Electrodes, Ti-based Electrode Materials, BiVO4 Photoanodes, Noble Electrode Materials, Cell Design for Water Splitting.