Vibration is widespread natural phenomenon in nature, is also a kind of the sources that can take advantage of. Hydrogen energy is a clean energy expected to improve the human life. Using nature inexhaustible energy such as solar energy to decompose hydrogen from water has always been the goal what the researchers pursue . At present there are very few reported about research in the world that can use energy of vibration to decompose water to prepare hydrogen.
In 2013, Zhejiang Normal University, Prof. Yanmin Jia's team use macro implements the vibration of piezoelectric bending beam split water preparation of hydrogen and oxygen (Sensors. 13, 367-374, 2013, IF=2.677) In 2014, Prof. Yanmin Jia's group also realized the collection of piezoelectric vibrations by piezoelectric nanowires for the degradation of dye wastewater (Appl. Phys. Lett. 104, 162907, 2014).
In this work, Prof. Yanmin Jia and collaborators, innovative use of ferrite bismuth piezo nanomaterials, implements the decomposition of hydrogen preparation water clean energy In the vibration of 1 hour (the frequency of 45000 hz, 100 watts), catalyst decomposition of water per gram of producing hydrogen capacity of 124.1 micromoles of the research work for collecting vibration energy is used for decomposition of hydrogen preparation water clean energy is of great significance It is published in the international top journal of materials chemistry Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. (Germany) should be 2019, Doi: 10.1002 / anie. 201906181) the physical electrical college Gu Yanmin professor wu at ring in college are the corresponding author The job is major partners include the Hong Kong polytechnic university applied physics professor Charles wong Shanghai normal university physics professor wenjun li In victory, professor at the school of suzhou university physics Materials department of nanjing university of technology professor Wang Yaojin et al
The first author of the paper is You Huilin, who received her master's degree from Zhejiang Normal University in July 2018 and is currently studying for her doctoral degree at Hong Kong Polytechnic University.
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