Molecular Au (I) complexes in the photosensitized photocatalytic CO2 reduction reaction


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Shakeyia Davis, Dinesh Nugegoda, Joshua Tropp, Jason D Azoulay, Jared H Delcamp
MRS Communications, vol. 10(2), 2020, pp. 252-258


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Davis, S., Nugegoda, D., Tropp, J., Azoulay, J. D., & Delcamp, J. H. (2020). Molecular Au (I) complexes in the photosensitized photocatalytic CO2 reduction reaction. MRS Communications, 10(2), 252–258. https://doi.org/10.1557/mrc.2020.21


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Davis, Shakeyia, Dinesh Nugegoda, Joshua Tropp, Jason D Azoulay, and Jared H Delcamp. “Molecular Au (I) Complexes in the Photosensitized Photocatalytic CO2 Reduction Reaction.” MRS Communications 10, no. 2 (2020): 252–258.


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Davis, Shakeyia, et al. “Molecular Au (I) Complexes in the Photosensitized Photocatalytic CO2 Reduction Reaction.” MRS Communications, vol. 10, no. 2, 2020, pp. 252–58, doi:10.1557/mrc.2020.21.


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@article{shakeyia2020a,
  title = {Molecular Au (I) complexes in the photosensitized photocatalytic CO2 reduction reaction},
  year = {2020},
  issue = {2},
  journal = {MRS Communications},
  pages = {252-258},
  volume = {10},
  doi = {10.1557/mrc.2020.21},
  author = {Davis, Shakeyia and Nugegoda, Dinesh and Tropp, Joshua and Azoulay, Jason D and Delcamp, Jared H}
}

Five Au complexes are evaluated for the reduction reaction of CO2 via cyclic voltammetry and in a photocatalytic system. Electrochemically, the complexes were all evaluated for pre-association with CO2 prior to electrochemical reduction and for thermodynamic favorability for CO2 reduction in photocatalytic systems. The complexes were evaluated in photocatalytic reactions using an Ir-based photosensitizer and a sacrificial electron donor for the conversion of CO2 to CO. Au-complex counterion effects on the photocatalytic reaction were analyzed by varying weakly coordinating counterions with significant performance changes noted. At low Au-complex concentrations, a high TON value of 700 was observed.




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