The solar resource can be converted into liquid fuels to offset petroleum use in the transportation sector using a thermochemical process based on cerium oxide (CeO2). To increase the rate of fuel production in the process, three-dimensionally ordered macroporous (3DOM) CeO2-based oxides are employed.
Petkovich, Nick; Rudisill, Stephen; Boman, Daniel; Stein, Andreas; Venstrom, Luke; Davidson, Jane H..
Solar Fuels from Nanostructured Ceria-based Oxides.
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