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ENHANCING PHOTOCURRENT IN UNANNEALED NiS x /CdS PHOTOELECTROCHEMICAL SYSTEM FOR WATER SPLITTING AND HYDROGEN PRODUCTION

  • Ning Zhang (a1) and Liejin Guo (a1)

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In this work, NiSx was deposited on FTO by chemical bath and worked as the inner layer in order to enhance the photocurrent of CdS film. It is found the unannealed CdS/NiSx had a higher photocurrent than unannealed CdS, but after annealing, the photocurrent of CdS/NiSx showed dramatical decrease. The mechanism was discussed in detail by UPS and current-potential curves.

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ENHANCING PHOTOCURRENT IN UNANNEALED NiS x /CdS PHOTOELECTROCHEMICAL SYSTEM FOR WATER SPLITTING AND HYDROGEN PRODUCTION

  • Ning Zhang (a1) and Liejin Guo (a1)

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