High-Resolution Analysis of Photoanodes for Water Splitting by Means of Scanning Photoelectrochemical Microscopy
In pursuance of efficient tools for the local analysis and characterization of novel photoelectrocatalytic materials, several SECM-based techniques have been developed, aiming on the combined benefit of a local irradiation of the analyzed sample and a microelectrode probe for the localized electrochemical analysis of the surface. We present the development and application of scanning photoelectrochemical microscopy (SPECM) for the laterally resolved characterization of photoelectrocatalytic materials. Particularly, the system was developed for the photoelectrochemical characterization of n-type semiconductor-based photoanodes for water splitting. By using the tip microelectrode simultaneously for local irradiation and as an electrochemical probe, SPECM was capable to simultaneously provide information about the local photocurrent generated at the sample under irradiation and to detect the photoelectrocatalytically evolved oxygen at the microelectrode. In combination with a novel means of irradiation of the interrogated sample, local analysis of semiconductor materials for light-induced water splitting with improved lateral resolution is achieved. Graphic Abstract ACS Electronic Supporting Info
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