Lewis, Nathan S. (1984) Photoeffects at the Semiconductor/Liquid Interface. Annual Review of Materials Science, 14 . pp. 95-117. ISSN 0084-6600 http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:20120709-083435785
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The past decade has seen a revived interest in the study of photoeffects at semiconductor/liquid interfaces. Most of the recent attention to this field has been spurred by the desire to utilize such junctions for the conversion and storage of solar energy (1-4). The possibility of direct fuel formation the semiconductor/liquid interface, combined with the potential low cost and ease of junction formation, are frequently cited as the most attractive features of these systems.
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|Official Citation:||Photoeffects at the Semiconductor/Liquid Interface N S Lewis Vol. 14: 95–117|
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