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This research expands the application of a typical ABO3 perovskite-NaTaO3 in photocatalysis and presents a new approach for developing photothermal catalysts for artificial photosynthesis. The thermal conductivity of bismuth nanopaticles allows them a promising photothermal unit.

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This research discusses the use of photothermal catalysis for CO2 reduction with H2O, which is a promising method for artificial synthesis of solar fuels. The results show that the NaTaO3:Bi hybrid exhibits high photothermal catalytic performance, with significantly increased CO yield compared to traditional photocatalysis. This work opens up new possibilities for the development of photothermal catalysts for artificial photosynthesis.

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This page is a summary of: Tunable bismuth doping/loading endows NaTaO3 nanosheet highly selective photothermal reduction of CO2, Nano Research, October 2022, Tsinghua University Press,
DOI: 10.1007/s12274-022-4949-3.
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