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Photoelectrochemical Materials and Energy Conversion Processes

Photoelectrochemical Materials and Energy Conversion Processes
 

An international group of leading scientists from the field has contributed to the 12th volume in this series, covering a range of different types of solar cells and including a critical comparison of the different techniques available for manufacturing the semiconductors needed.

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ISBN 9783527328598
Barcode 9783527328598
Published 15 December 2010 by John Wiley & Sons Australia Lt
Format Hardback, 12th Revised edition
Author(s) Series edited by Alkire, Richard C.
Series edited by Kolb, Dieter M.
Series edited by Lipkowski, Jacek
Series edited by Ross, Phil N.
Series Advances in Electrochemical Sciences and Engineering (part: v. 12)
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ISBN-13 9783527328598
ISBN-10 3527328599
Stock Available
Status Internationally sourced on backorder; allow 4-8 weeks
Publisher John Wiley & Sons Australia Lt
Imprint Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH
Publication Date 15 December 2010
Publication Country Germany Germany
Format Hardback, 12th Revised edition
Edition 12th Revised edition
Author(s) Series edited by Alkire, Richard C.
Series edited by Kolb, Dieter M.
Series edited by Lipkowski, Jacek
Series edited by Ross, Phil N.
Series Advances in Electrochemical Sciences and Engineering (part: v. 12)
Category Alternative & Renewable Energy Sources & Technology
Number of Pages 374
Dimensions Width: 180mm
Height: 245mm
Spine: 22mm
Weight 894g
Interest Age 19+ years
Reading Age 19+ years
Library of Congress Solar cells, Semiconductors, Energy conversion
NBS Text Energy Technology & Electrical Engineering
ONIX Text College/higher education;Professional and scholarly
Dewey Code 621.31244
Catalogue Code Not specified

Description of this Book

An international group of leading scientists from the field has contributed to the 12th volume in this series, covering a range of different types of solar cells and including a critical comparison of the different techniques available for manufacturing the semiconductors needed. The result is an expert insight the central questions surrounding photovoltaic materials and systems, reflecting the latest developments in this hot and timely green topic.

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NZ Review The result is an expert insight the central questions surrounding photovoltaic materials and systems, reflecting the latest developments in this hot and timely green topic. (MyCFO, 1 March 2011)

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Author's Bio

Richard C. Alkire is Professor Emeritus of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering Charles and Dorothy Prizer Chair at the University of Illinois, Urbana, USA. He obtained his degrees at Lafayette College and University of California at Berkeley. He has received numerous prizes, including Vittorio de Nora Award and Lifetime National Associate award from National Academy. Dieter M. Kolb is Professor of Electrochemistry at the University of Ulm, Germany. He received his undergraduate and PhD degrees at the Technical University of Munich. He was a Postdoctoral Fellow at Bell Laboratories, Murray Hill, NJ, USA. He worked as a Senior Scientist at the Fritz-Haber-Institute of the Max-Planck-Society, Berlin and completed his habilitation at the Free University of Berlin, where he also was Professor. Prof. Kolb has received many prizes and is a member of several societies. Jacek Lipkowski is Professor at the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at the University of Guelph, Canada. His research interests focus on surface analysis and interfacial electrochemistry. He has authored over 120 publications and is a member of several societies, including a Fellow of the International Society of Electrochemistry. Philip N. Ross has recently retired from his position as a Senior Scientist at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. He received his academic degrees at Yale University, New Haven, CT, and University of Delaware, Newark, DL. He has received the David C. Grahame Award of the Electrochemical Society, and is a member of several Committees and Advisory Boards.

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