Janaky Lab @ University of Szeged

Photoelectrochemical processes at the nanoscale, new methodologies

We develop and implement in situ electrochemical methods, where the electrochemical information is complemented with either spectrocopic or microscopic data. By having at least two independent pieces of information on the same phenomenon, light induced processes in semiconductor electrodes can better understood.

A. Balog, G. F. Samu, P. V. Kamat, C. Janáky
On the optoelectronic properties of CuI photoelectrodes
Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters, 10 (2019) 259–264

G. F. Samu, R. Scheidt, A. Balog, C. Janáky, P. V. Kamat
Tuning the Excited State Dynamics of CuI Films with Electrochemical Bias
ACS Energy Letters, 4 (2019) 702-708

A. Balog, C. Janáky
The effect of trap states on the optoelectronic properties of nanoporous NiO
Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 166 (2019) H3265-H3270