Renewable Energy from Artificial Photosynthesis
- Renewable Energy from Artificial Photosynthesis
- 윤성호; 정광덕
- Issue Date
- 물리학과 첨단기술; Physics & High Technology
- , 23-27
- In the future, regeneration of hydrogen and methanol using
solar light, are appealing systems in the point of the
limitation of fossil fuel energy sources in earth and the
environmental problems arising from combustion of oil
and gas. A promising approach is to mimic natural photosynthesis
in green plants, which use electrons from water
oxidation to reduce carbon dioxide into “fuel”. In this paper,
brief introductions to photosynthesis and water oxidation
in photosystem II are presented, in addition to the
possible applications of modeling catalyst of oxygen evolving
center in plants.
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