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Nishida S, Kobayashi S, Kumamoto A, Ikeno H, Mizoguchi T, Tanaka I, Ikuhara Y, Yamamoto T.  0.  Effect of local coordination of Mn on Mn-L-2,L-3 edge electron energy loss spectrum. JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS. 114(5):054906.
Scaranto J, Idriss H.  0.  The Effect of Uranium Cations on the Redox Properties of CeO2 Within the Context of Hydrogen Production from Water. Topics in Catalysis. 58(2-3):143-148.
Toscani LM, Craievich AF, Fantini MCA, Lamas DG, Larrondo SA.  0.  Effects of the Incorporation of Sc2O3 into CeO2–ZrO2 Solid Solution: Structural Characterization and in Situ XANES/TPR Study under H2 Atmosphere. The Journal of Physical Chemistry C. 120(42):24165-24175.
Krenzke PT, Davidson JH.  0.  On the efficiency of solar H2 and CO production via the thermochemical cerium oxide redox cycle: The option of inert-swept reduction. Energy & Fuels. :150206073859007.
Lapp J., Davidson J.H., Lipiński W..  0.  Efficiency of two-step solar thermochemical non-stoichiometric redox cycles with heat recovery. Energy. 37(1):591-600.
Muhich C.L, Evanko B.W, Weston K.C, Lichty P., Liang X., Martinek J., Musgrave C.B, Weimer A.W.  0.  Efficient generation of H2 by splitting water with an isothermal redox cycle. Science. 341(6145):540-542.
Licht S..  0.  Efficient Solar-Driven Synthesis, Carbon Capture, and Desalinization, STEP: Solar Thermal Electrochemical Production of Fuels, Metals, Bleach. Advanced Materials. 23(47):5592-5612.
Venstrom LJ, De Smith RM, Hao Y, Haile SM, Davidson JH.  0.  Efficient Splitting of CO 2 in an Isothermal Redox Cycle Based on Ceria. Energy & Fuels. :140401120148005.
Rasten E, Hagen G, Tunold R.  0.  Electrocatalysis in water electrolysis with solid polymer electrolyte. Electrochimica Acta. 48(25):3945-3952.
Utomo W.B, Donne S.W.  0.  Electrochemical behaviour of titanium in H2SO4–MnSO4 electrolytes. Electrochimica Acta. 51(16):3338-3345.
Suermann M, Kiupel T, Schmidt TJ, Büchi FN.  0.  Electrochemical Hydrogen Compression: Efficient Pressurization Concept Derived from an Energetic Evaluation. Journal of The Electrochemical Society. 164(12):F1187-F1195.