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InGaN-based Nanowires on Conductive Substrates for Enhanced Solar Hydrogen Generation

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Abstract

InGaN nanowires were grown on metallic substrates such as Ti coated Si and flexible metallic membranes to enhance the solar hydrogen generation. Solar hydrogen generation was significantly improved using this semiconductor-on-metal approach.

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