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An effective way to enhance photoelectrochemical photoactivity and stability of ZnO nanorod arrays by carbon and nitrogen co-treatment

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Abstract

We report the rational synthesis of carbon and nitrogen co-treated ZnO (denoted as CN/ZnO) nanorod arrays and their implementation in photoelectrochemical hydrogen evolution. The CN/ZnO nanorods exhibit an enhanced photocurrent and stability owing to the improved light-harvesting ability, the reduced surface defects and the increased donor density.

© 2013 Optical Society of America

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