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Fuzhou University

EducationFuzhou, China
About: Fuzhou University is a education organization based out in Fuzhou, China. It is known for research contribution in the topics: Photocatalysis & Catalysis. The organization has 22016 authors who have published 21827 publications receiving 421277 citations. The organization is also known as: Fúzhōu Dàxué.


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TL;DR: This review acquaints some materials for performing OER activity, in which the metal oxide materials build the basis of OER mechanism while non-oxide materials exhibit greatly promising performance toward overall water-splitting.
Abstract: There is still an ongoing effort to search for sustainable, clean and highly efficient energy generation to satisfy the energy needs of modern society. Among various advanced technologies, electrocatalysis for the oxygen evolution reaction (OER) plays a key role and numerous new electrocatalysts have been developed to improve the efficiency of gas evolution. Along the way, enormous effort has been devoted to finding high-performance electrocatalysts, which has also stimulated the invention of new techniques to investigate the properties of materials or the fundamental mechanism of the OER. This accumulated knowledge not only establishes the foundation of the mechanism of the OER, but also points out the important criteria for a good electrocatalyst based on a variety of studies. Even though it may be difficult to include all cases, the aim of this review is to inspect the current progress and offer a comprehensive insight toward the OER. This review begins with examining the theoretical principles of electrode kinetics and some measurement criteria for achieving a fair evaluation among the catalysts. The second part of this review acquaints some materials for performing OER activity, in which the metal oxide materials build the basis of OER mechanism while non-oxide materials exhibit greatly promising performance toward overall water-splitting. Attention of this review is also paid to in situ approaches to electrocatalytic behavior during OER, and this information is crucial and can provide efficient strategies to design perfect electrocatalysts for OER. Finally, the OER mechanism from the perspective of both recent experimental and theoretical investigations is discussed, as well as probable strategies for improving OER performance with regards to future developments.

3,976 citations

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Hanqiu Xu1
TL;DR: In this paper, the normalized difference water index (NDWI) was modified by substitution of a middle infrared band such as Landsat TM band 5 for the near infrared band used in the NDWI.
Abstract: The normalized difference water index (NDWI) of McFeeters (1996) was modified by substitution of a middle infrared band such as Landsat TM band 5 for the near infrared band used in the NDWI. The modified NDWI (MNDWI) can enhance open water features while efficiently suppressing and even removing built‐up land noise as well as vegetation and soil noise. The enhanced water information using the NDWI is often mixed with built‐up land noise and the area of extracted water is thus overestimated. Accordingly, the MNDWI is more suitable for enhancing and extracting water information for a water region with a background dominated by built‐up land areas because of its advantage in reducing and even removing built‐up land noise over the NDWI.

3,234 citations

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TL;DR: This review attempts to summarize the recent progress in the rational design and fabrication ofheterojunction photocatalysts, such as the semiconductor-semiconductor heterojunction, the semiconductors-metal heterojunctions, the silicon-carbon heteroj junction and the multicomponent heteroj conjunction.
Abstract: Semiconductor-mediated photocatalysis has received tremendous attention as it holds great promise to address the worldwide energy and environmental issues. To overcome the serious drawbacks of fast charge recombination and the limited visible-light absorption of semiconductor photocatalysts, many strategies have been developed in the past few decades and the most widely used one is to develop photocatalytic heterojunctions. This review attempts to summarize the recent progress in the rational design and fabrication of heterojunction photocatalysts, such as the semiconductor–semiconductor heterojunction, the semiconductor–metal heterojunction, the semiconductor–carbon heterojunction and the multicomponent heterojunction. The photocatalytic properties of the four junction systems are also discussed in relation to the environmental and energy applications, such as degradation of pollutants, hydrogen generation and photocatalytic disinfection. This tutorial review ends with a summary and some perspectives on the challenges and new directions in this exciting and still emerging area of research.

3,013 citations

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TL;DR: Graphitic carbon nitride nanosheets are extracted via simple liquid-phase exfoliation of a layered bulk material, g-C3N4, to exhibit excellent photocatalytic activity for hydrogen evolution under visible light.
Abstract: Graphitic carbon nitride nanosheets are extracted, produced via simple liquid-phase exfoliation of a layered bulk material, g-C3N4. The resulting nanosheets, having ≈2 nm thickness and N/C atomic ratio of 1.31, show an optical bandgap of 2.65 eV. The carbon nitride nanosheets are demonstrated to exhibit excellent photocatalytic activity for hydrogen evolution under visible light.

2,137 citations

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Chun-Hua Lu1, Huanghao Yang1, Chun-Ling Zhu, Xi Chen1, Guo-Nan Chen1 
TL;DR: Graphene oxide (GO) is used as a platform for the sensitive and selective detection of DNA and proteins and the interaction of GO and dye-labeled single-stranded DNA leads to quenching of the dye fluorescence.
Abstract: Sensitive platform: The use of graphene oxide (GO) as a platform for the sensitive and selective detection of DNA and proteins is presented. The interaction of GO and dye-labeled single-stranded DNA leads to quenching of the dye fluorescence. Conversely, the presence of a target DNA or protein leads to the binding of the dye-labeled DNA and target, releasing the DNA from GO, thereby restoring the dye fluorescence (see picture).

2,008 citations


Authors

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NameH-indexPapersCitations
Jiaguo Yu178730113300
Jie Liu131153168891
Lei Zhang130231286950
Xinchen Wang12034965072
Bo Wang119290584863
Wei Zhang104291164923
Lai-Sheng Wang10357636212
Jing Zhang95127142163
Zhigang Zou9272737378
Lihua Xie90105635823
Maochun Hong8866628091
Yi-Jun Xu8526429566
Dawei Wang8593441226
Wai Yeung Wong8377431949
Gang Feng8261126012
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Performance
Metrics
No. of papers from the Institution in previous years
YearPapers
20241
2023119
2022529
20212,931
20202,653
20192,372