SHArK (solar hydrogen activity research kit) project
A high throughput combinatorial technique, which utilizes ink jet printing and LEGO® Mindstorm driver for scanning, for discovery and optimization of a complex oxide for water photoelectrolysis, has been developed by Professor Bruce Parkinson (University of Wyoming). The project kit was named as SHArK (solar hydrogen activity research kit), and this summer the β-version kits were distributed to seven colleges in the U.S. Prior to a broader distribution of α-version kits, we will introduce this project to a greater public with our results focused on catalyzing p-Cu O activity by formulating it to ternary oxides. 2
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Norasethaporn, Nita; Thomas, Joshua; and Fillinger, Akiko, "SHArK (solar hydrogen activity research kit) project" (2009). Faculty Articles Indexed in Scopus. 1544.