1 article(s) from Macyk, Wojciech
CO2 reduction to methanol in water promoted by FateDH, FaldDH and ADH where three consecutive 2e− s...
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Transformed diffuse reflectance spectra of photocatalysts used in the present study.
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a) Photoregeneration of 1,4-NADH using water as an electron donor: after 6 hours of irradiation of ...
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1H NMR spectra recorded at t = 0, after 2 and 6 h of irradiation in water. The selected range, 2–3 ...
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1H NMR spectrum of a standard 1,4-NADH (red line), and of 1,4-NADH formed from NAD+ upon photocatal...
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Photocurrent generated at the [CrF5(H2O)]2−@TiO2 electrode as a function of the wavelength of the i...
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Expected role of the rhodium complex as an electron mediator.
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UV–vis absorption spectra of an aqueous solution of [Cp*Rh(bpy)(H2O)]2+. Continuous black line: spe...
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Spectral changes of the [Cp*Rh(bpy)(H2O)]2+ solution as a function of the applied potential (left)....
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Photoreduction of NAD+ as a function of concentration of glycerol (black line) and [Cp*Rh(bpy)H2O]Cl...
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The electron flow in the photocatalytic system of NAD+ reduction composed of the photosensitized TiO...
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Beads produced from Ca-alginate and TEOS containing co-encapsulated FateDH, FaldDH and ADH.
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Assembled photocatalytic/enzymatic system for reduction of CO2 to CH3OH.
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Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 2014, 10, 2556–2565, doi:10.3762/bjoc.10.267
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