Photoelectrolysis of water, first reported in 1972 by Fujishima and Honda , has recently attracted renewed interest since it offers a renewable, non-polluting approach to hydrogen production [2, 3] . Interest in semiconductor photoanodes made of the titanium dioxide, which is characterized as highly stable against photocorrosion and is relatively inexpensive, has renewed. Thus, a possibility to manufacture nanostructured photoanodes, owing to high surface area and improved charge separation kinetics, became basic direction of the investigations [4-7]. The aim of this work was the manufacture of semiconductor photoanodes made of thin-film titanium oxide by anodization of pure titanium plates at an invariable voltage and investigation of their photoelectrochemical properties.
|MANUFACTURE AND INVESTIGATIONS OF ANODIZED TITANIUM OXIDE PHOTOANODES||May 19, 2021|
V. M. Aroutiounian V. M. Arakelyan E. A. Khachaturyan G. E. Shahnazaryan M. S. Aleksanyan K. M. Gambaryan E. Horvath R. Smajda
V. M. Aroutiounian V. M. Arakelyan M. S. Aleksanyan A. G. Sayunts G. E. Shahnazaryan M. Vrnata P. Fitl J. Viček K. S. Gharajyan H. S. Kasparyan
A. S. Manukyan A. A. Mirzakhanyan T. K. Khachatyran R. D. Khachaturyan G. R. Badalyan E. G. Sharoyan
V. Arakelyan V. E. Galstyan G. Shahnazaryan
G. H. Shahkhatuni V. M. Aroutiounian V. M. Arakelyan M. S. Aleksanyan G. E. Shahnazaryan
V. E. Galstyan V. M. Aroutiounian V. M. Arakelyan G. E. Shahnazaryan
Aleksanyan, M. S. Aroutiounian, V. M. Shahnazaryan, G. E. Sayunts, A. G.