His primary areas of investigation include Photocatalysis, Nanotechnology, Oxide, Graphene and Water splitting. The various areas that Yun Hau Ng examines in his Photocatalysis study include Photochemistry, Photocurrent, Visible spectrum and Heterojunction. His Nanotechnology research incorporates elements of Band gap, Carbon, Graphitic carbon nitride and Semiconductor.
His Graphitic carbon nitride study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Supramolecular chemistry, Surface modification, Graphene foam, Graphene oxide paper and Artificial photosynthesis. His studies deal with areas such as Nanowire, Nanocomposite, Thin film, Layer and Composite number as well as Oxide. His Water splitting research includes elements of Cobalt, Oxygen evolution, Electrocatalyst and Solar fuel.
His main research concerns Photocatalysis, Nanotechnology, Catalysis, Oxide and Visible spectrum. His Photocatalysis study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Photochemistry, Heterojunction, Hydrogen and Doping. His Nanotechnology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Band gap, Carbon, Semiconductor and Electron transfer.
His studies deal with areas such as Inorganic chemistry and Adsorption as well as Catalysis. The concepts of his Oxide study are interwoven with issues in Bismuth, Nanocomposite, Bismuth vanadate and Graphene. The Visible spectrum study which covers Photocurrent that intersects with Thin film and Charge carrier.
Yun Hau Ng mainly investigates Photocatalysis, Water splitting, Catalysis, Heterojunction and Photocurrent. Yun Hau Ng has researched Photocatalysis in several fields, including Nanocomposite, Nanotechnology and Visible spectrum. Yun Hau Ng has included themes like Doping, Semiconductor, Photochemistry, Supporting electrolyte and Radical in his Visible spectrum study.
His Water splitting study combines topics in areas such as Amorphous solid, Composite number, Sulfide and Flux method. The study incorporates disciplines such as Pore size and Adsorption in addition to Catalysis. His Photocurrent study incorporates themes from Bismuth vanadate, Electrolyte, Tin oxide, Nanoporous and Aqueous solution.
Yun Hau Ng focuses on Photocatalysis, Water splitting, Nanotechnology, Hydrogen and Composite number. His research integrates issues of Nanocomposite, Doping, Heterojunction, Photochemistry and Visible spectrum in his study of Photocatalysis. His research on Visible spectrum often connects related topics like Semiconductor.
His work in Water splitting tackles topics such as Amorphous solid which are related to areas like X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy. His study looks at the relationship between Nanotechnology and topics such as Solar fuel, which overlap with Active component and Solar energy conversion. His study focuses on the intersection of Hydrogen and fields such as Photoelectrochemical cell with connections in the field of Hydrothermal circulation, Bismuth vanadate and Photocurrent.
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Graphitic Carbon Nitride (g-C3N4)-Based Photocatalysts for Artificial Photosynthesis and Environmental Remediation: Are We a Step Closer To Achieving Sustainability?
Wee Jun Ong;Lling Lling Tan;Yun Hau Ng;Siek Ting Yong.
Chemical Reviews (2016)
Reduced Graphene Oxide as a Solid-state Electron Mediator in Z-scheme Photocatalytic Water Splitting under Visible Light
Akihide Iwase;Yun Hau Ng;Yoshimi Ishiguro;Akihiko Kudo.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2011)
Reducing Graphene Oxide on a Visible-Light BiVO4 Photocatalyst for an Enhanced Photoelectrochemical Water Splitting
Yun Hau Ng;Akihide Iwase;Akihiko Kudo;Rose Amal.
Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters (2010)
Z-Schematic Water Splitting into H2 and O2 Using Metal Sulfide as a Hydrogen-Evolving Photocatalyst and Reduced Graphene Oxide as a Solid-State Electron Mediator
Katsuya Iwashina;Akihide Iwase;Yun Hau Ng;Rose Amal.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2015)
Water Splitting and CO2 Reduction under Visible Light Irradiation Using Z-Scheme Systems Consisting of Metal Sulfides, CoOx-Loaded BiVO4, and a Reduced Graphene Oxide Electron Mediator.
Akihide Iwase;Shunya Yoshino;Tomoaki Takayama;Yun Hau Ng.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2016)
To What Extent Do Graphene Scaffolds Improve the Photovoltaic and Photocatalytic Response of TiO2 Nanostructured Films
Yun Hau Ng;Yun Hau Ng;Ian V. Lightcap;Kevin Goodwin;Michio Matsumura.
Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters (2010)
Hybrid Graphene and Graphitic Carbon Nitride Nanocomposite: Gap Opening, Electron–Hole Puddle, Interfacial Charge Transfer, and Enhanced Visible Light Response
Aijun Du;Stefano Sanvito;Zhen Li;Dawei Wang.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2012)
Understanding the enhancement in photoelectrochemical properties of photocatalytically prepared TiO2-reduced graphene oxide composite
Nicholas J. Bell;Yun Hau Ng;Aijun Du;Hans Coster.
Journal of Physical Chemistry C (2011)
Unravelling charge carrier dynamics in protonated g-C3N4 interfaced with carbon nanodots as co-catalysts toward enhanced photocatalytic CO2 reduction: A combined experimental and first-principles DFT study
Wee Jun Ong;Lutfi Kurnianditia Putri;Yoong Chuen Tan;Lling Lling Tan.
Nano Research (2017)
Alternative strategies in improving the photocatalytic and photoelectrochemical activities of visible light-driven BiVO4: a review
Hui Ling Tan;Rose Amal;Yun Hau Ng.
Journal of Materials Chemistry (2017)
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