Metal Sulfide Photocatalysis: Visible‐Light‐Induced Organic Transformations

We primarily focus on recent state-of-the-art advancements of metal sulfide photocatalysis aimed at visible-light-induced selective organic transformations

Huimin Hao; Xianjun Lang

2019

Scholarcy highlights

  • Significant improvement could be achieved by the integration of metal sulfides with metal oxides, metal nanoparticles, or other emerging materials like metal-organic frameworks, graphene and graphic carbon nitride
  • We primarily focus on recent state-of-the-art advancements of metal sulfide photocatalysis aimed at visible-light-induced selective organic transformations
  • The cooperation between metal sulfides and metal oxides or metal nanoparticles can be conducive to many photocatalytic systems
  • We attempt to keep an impartial panorama of these four distinctive sections even though the phases of development are quite different among sections, leaving plenty of room for the future expansion of this burgeoning area

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