Light-driven water splitting for (bio-)hydrogen production: photosystern 2 as the central part of a bioelectrochemical device

Badura A, Esper B, Ataka K, Grunwald C, Woell C, Kuhlmann J, Heberle J, Roegner M (2006)
PHOTOCHEMISTRY AND PHOTOBIOLOGY 82(5): 1385-1390.

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To establish a semiartificial device for (bio-)hydrogen production utilizing photosynthetic water oxidation, we report on the immobilization of a Photosystem 2 on electrode surfaces. For this purpose, an isolated Photosystem 2 with a genetically introduced His tag from the cyanobacterium Thermosynechococcus elongatus was attached onto gold electrodes modified with thiolates bearing terminal Ni(II)-nitrilotriacetic acid groups. Surface enhanced infrared absorption spectroscopy showed the binding kinetics of Photosystem 2, whereas surface plasmon resonance measurements allowed the amount of protein adsorbed to be quantified. On the basis of these data, the 2 surface coverage was calculated to be 0.29 pmol protein cm(-2), which is in agreement with the formation of a monomolecular film on the electrode surface. Upon illumination, the generation of a photocurrent was observed with current densities of up to 14 mu A cm(-2). This photocurrent is clearly dependent on light quality showing an action spectrum similar to an isolated Photosystem 2. The achieved current densities are equivalent to the highest reported oxygen evolution activities in solution under comparable conditions.
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Badura A, Esper B, Ataka K, et al. Light-driven water splitting for (bio-)hydrogen production: photosystern 2 as the central part of a bioelectrochemical device. PHOTOCHEMISTRY AND PHOTOBIOLOGY. 2006;82(5):1385-1390.
Badura, A., Esper, B., Ataka, K., Grunwald, C., Woell, C., Kuhlmann, J., Heberle, J., et al. (2006). Light-driven water splitting for (bio-)hydrogen production: photosystern 2 as the central part of a bioelectrochemical device. PHOTOCHEMISTRY AND PHOTOBIOLOGY, 82(5), 1385-1390. doi:10.1562/2006-07-14-RC-969
Badura, A., Esper, B., Ataka, K., Grunwald, C., Woell, C., Kuhlmann, J., Heberle, J., and Roegner, M. (2006). Light-driven water splitting for (bio-)hydrogen production: photosystern 2 as the central part of a bioelectrochemical device. PHOTOCHEMISTRY AND PHOTOBIOLOGY 82, 1385-1390.
Badura, A., et al., 2006. Light-driven water splitting for (bio-)hydrogen production: photosystern 2 as the central part of a bioelectrochemical device. PHOTOCHEMISTRY AND PHOTOBIOLOGY, 82(5), p 1385-1390.
A. Badura, et al., “Light-driven water splitting for (bio-)hydrogen production: photosystern 2 as the central part of a bioelectrochemical device”, PHOTOCHEMISTRY AND PHOTOBIOLOGY, vol. 82, 2006, pp. 1385-1390.
Badura, A., Esper, B., Ataka, K., Grunwald, C., Woell, C., Kuhlmann, J., Heberle, J., Roegner, M.: Light-driven water splitting for (bio-)hydrogen production: photosystern 2 as the central part of a bioelectrochemical device. PHOTOCHEMISTRY AND PHOTOBIOLOGY. 82, 1385-1390 (2006).
Badura, Adrian, Esper, Berndt, Ataka, Kenichi, Grunwald, Christian, Woell, Christof, Kuhlmann, Juergen, Heberle, Joachim, and Roegner, Matthias. “Light-driven water splitting for (bio-)hydrogen production: photosystern 2 as the central part of a bioelectrochemical device”. PHOTOCHEMISTRY AND PHOTOBIOLOGY 82.5 (2006): 1385-1390.
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