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To prepare zeolitic membranes for artificial photosynthestic systems, hydrothermal synthesis of zeolitic membranes was studied and an optimized synthesis procedure was developed. The films formed were typically 10 micron thick and made up of micron spherical zeolitic crystals. However, intercrystalline defects were observed in zeolitic films made by hydrothermal synthesis and the films were not mechanically stable for photochemical applications. To address these issues, novel secondary treatment method to prepare zeolitic membranes was developed.

Positive-type photoresist was used to fill nano to micrometer size pinholes that are generated during zeolite membrane casting. With this method, membrane leaking was reduced to 0. For photochemical studies, photoresist-coated zeolitic membrane was used as a host for electron acceptor molecules and provided a route for charge propagation by electron hopping across the membrane. Since acceptor molecules are separated from donor molecules by a membrane, back electron transfer is prohibited and permanent charge separation can be achieved.

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Ruthenium dyad molecules were utilized as photosensitizers in our artificial photosynthetic system. To improve the efficiency of synthesis and photo electron transfer reaction, we synthesized and developed new ruthenium dyad molecules, [ bpy 2Ru dmb-L or L'-4DQ ], which have conjugated bridge L or L' between the ruthenium donor and bipyridinium acceptor. Using modified "ship in a bottle" method, the dyad molecules were partially entrapped in pores of zeolite Y.

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Spectroscopic and photochemical studies were conducted to test the efficiency of photo electron transfer reactions using these dyads. Committee Prabir Dutta Advisor. Pages p. Keywords zeolite ; zeolitic membranes ; photo electron transfer ; charge separation ; artificial photosynthesis ; ruthenium photosensitizer.

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