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Michalsky R, Botu V, Hargus CM, Peterson AA, Steinfeld A.  0.  Design principles for metal oxide redox materials for solar-driven isothermal fuel production. Advanced Energy Materials. 5(7):1401082.
Ezbiri M, Allen KM, Gàlvez ME, Michalsky R, Steinfeld A.  0.  Design principles of perovskites for thermochemical oxygen separation. ChemSusChem. 8(11):1966-1971.
Welte M, Barhoumi R, Zbinden A, Scheffe JR, Steinfeld A.  0.  Experimental demonstration of the thermochemical reduction of ceria in a solar aerosol reactor. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research. 55(40):10618-10625.
Ackermann S, Sauvin L, Castiglioni R, Rupp JLM, Scheffe JR, Steinfeld A.  0.  Kinetics of CO2 reduction over nonstoichiometric ceria. The Journal of Physical Chemistry C. 119(29):16452-16461.
Scheffe JR, Weibel D, Steinfeld A.  0.  Lanthanum–strontium–manganese perovskites as redox materials for solar thermochemical splitting of H2O and CO2. Energy & Fuels. :130304073847002.
Scheffe JR, Steinfeld A.  0.  Oxygen exchange materials for solar thermochemical splitting of H2O and CO2: A review. Materials Today.
Smestad GP, Steinfeld A.  0.  Review: Photochemical and thermochemical production of solar fuels from H2O and CO2 using metal oxide catalysts. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research. 51(37):11828-11840.
Furler P, Scheffe J, Gorbar M, Moes L, Vogt U, Steinfeld A.  0.  Solar Thermochemical CO2 Splitting Utilizing a Reticulated Porous Ceria Redox System. Energy & Fuels. 26(11):7051-7059.
Steinfeld A.  0.  Solar thermochemical production of hydrogen––a review. Solar Energy. 78(5):603-615.
Scheffe JR, Jacot R, Patzke GR, Steinfeld A.  0.  Synthesis, Characterization, and Thermochemical Redox Performance of Hf 4+ , Zr 4+ , and Sc 3+ Doped Ceria for Splitting CO 2. The Journal of Physical Chemistry C. 117(46):24104-24114.
Scheffe JR, Welte M, Steinfeld A.  0.  Thermal Reduction of Ceria within an Aerosol Reactor for H 2 O and CO 2 Splitting. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research. 53(6):2175-2182.