Synthetic approaches to artificial photosynthesis: general discussion

Catherine M. Aitchison, Virgil Andrei, Daniel Antón-García, Ulf Peter Apfel, Vivek Badiani, Matthias Beller, Andrew B. Bocarsly, Sylvestre Bonnet, Peter Brueggeller, Christine A. Caputo, Flavia Cassiola, Simon T. Clausing, Andrew I. Cooper, Charles E. Creissen, Víctor A. De La Peña O'Shea, Wolfgang Domcke, James R. Durrant, Michael Grätzel, Leif Hammarström, Anna HankinMarta C. Hatzell, Ferdi Karadas, Burkhard König, Moritz F. Kuehnel, Sarah Lamaison, Chia Yu Lin, Marcelino Maneiro, Shelley D. Minteer, Aubrey R. Paris, Ernest Pastor, Chanon Pornrungroj, Joost N.H. Reek, Erwin Reisner, Souvik Roy, Constantin Sahm, Ravi Shankar, Wendy J. Shaw, Sergii I. Shylin, Wilson A. Smith, Katarzyna Sokol, Han Sen Soo, Reiner Sebastian Sprick, Wolfgang Viertl, Anastasia Vogel, Andreas Wagner, David Wakerley, Qian Wang, Dominik Wielend, Martijn A. Zwijnenburg

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Moritz F. Kuehnel opened a discussion of the paper by Andrew I. Cooper: What do you know about the HOMO and LUMO localisation on the polymers? I suppose this is strongly affected by introducing heteroatoms such as sulfur, and that this causes the changes observed when oxidising the thiophene to sulfolane moieties. Can you use different heteroatoms to tweak the redox potentials?
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)242-281
Number of pages40
JournalFaraday Discussions
Early online date25 Jun 2019
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jul 2019


  • photosynthesis
  • artificial photosynthesis
  • heteroatoms


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