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Topic in Depth - Photoelectrochemistry

Photoelectrochemistry is, in general, the chemistry resulting from the interaction of light with electrochemical systems. Read more in this Topic in Depth about its current research and applications.
Photoelectrochemistry PDF
For users not familiar with photoelectrochemistry, the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry provides a concise, educational definition of the...
Photoelectrochemistry at New...
This website, created by Dr. T. David Burleigh at New Mexico Tech, educates users about the characteristics and advantages of photocurrent spectroscopy....
Mineral Surface...
The Environmental Chemistry Group at Harvard University illustrates its research utilizing mineral surface photoelectrochemistry to shed light on the...



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