Solar-driven photocatalysis by metal halide perovskites (MHPs) is emerging as an exciting and promising field to promote several relevant catalytic reactions taking advantage of the superior optical properties of MHPs. Their electronic structure is suitable to run reduction reactions (H2 generation, CO2 reduction) and even oxidation reactions, in particualr for perovskites with higher band gap values, and further extends their possible use in the field of photochemical organic syntheses. This Mini-Review focuses on the application of MHPs in the solar-driven hydrogen generation with particular emphasis on the materials' design and mechanistic features involved in the catalytic reactions.

Solar-Driven Hydrogen Generation by Metal Halide Perovskites: Materials, Approaches, and Mechanistic View

Romani L.;Malavasi L.
2020-01-01

Abstract

Solar-driven photocatalysis by metal halide perovskites (MHPs) is emerging as an exciting and promising field to promote several relevant catalytic reactions taking advantage of the superior optical properties of MHPs. Their electronic structure is suitable to run reduction reactions (H2 generation, CO2 reduction) and even oxidation reactions, in particualr for perovskites with higher band gap values, and further extends their possible use in the field of photochemical organic syntheses. This Mini-Review focuses on the application of MHPs in the solar-driven hydrogen generation with particular emphasis on the materials' design and mechanistic features involved in the catalytic reactions.
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