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Coridan RH, Nielander AC, Francis SA, McDowell MT, Dix V, Chatman SM, Lewis NS.  2015.  Methods for comparing the performance of energy-conversion systems for use in solar fuels and solar electricity generation. Energy & Environmental Science. 8(10):2886-2901.
Colón-Mercado HR, Hobbs DT.  2007.  Catalyst evaluation for a sulfur dioxide-depolarized electrolyzer. Electrochemistry Communications. 9(11):2649-2653.
Coker E.N, Ambrosini A., Rodriguez M.A, Miller J.E.  2011.  Ferrite-YSZ composites for solar thermochemical production of synthetic fuels: in operando characterization of CO2 reduction. Journal of Materials Chemistry. 21(29):10767–10776.
Coker EN, Ohlhausen JA, Ambrosini A, Miller JE.  2012.  Oxygen Transport and Isotopic Exchange in Iron Oxide/YSZ Thermochemically-active Materials via Splitting of C(18O)2 at High Temperature Studied by Thermogravimetric Analysis and Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry. Journal of Materials Chemistry. 22(14):6726.
Coelho B., Oliveira A.C, Mendes A..  2010.  Concentrated solar power for renewable electricity and hydrogen production from water—a review. Energy & Environmental Science. 3(10):1398.
Chueh WC, Haile SM.  2009.  Ceria as a Thermochemical Reaction Medium for Selectively Generating Syngas or Methane from H2O and CO2. ChemSusChem. 2(8):735-739.
Chueh W.C, Haile S.M.  2010.  A thermochemical study of ceria: Exploiting an old material for new modes of energy conversion and CO2 mitigation. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences. 368(1923):3269-3294.
Chueh W.C, Falter C., Abbott M., Scipio D., Furler P., Haile S.M, Steinfeld A..  0.  High-flux solar-driven thermochemical dissociation of CO2 and H2O using nonstoichiometric ceria. Science. 330(6012):1797-1801.
Chu S, Vanka S, Wang Y, Gim J, Wang Y, Ra Y-H, Hovden R, Guo H, Shih I, Mi Z.  2018.  Solar Water Oxidation by an InGaN Nanowire Photoanode with a Bandgap of 1.7 eV. ACS Energy Letters. 3(2):307-314.
Chowdhury FA, Trudeau ML, Guo H, Mi Z.  2018.  A photochemical diode artificial photosynthesis system for unassisted high efficiency overall pure water splitting. Nature Communications. 9(1):1707.
Chen B-R, Sun W, Kitchaev DA, Mangum JS, Thampy V, Garten LM, Ginley DS, Gorman BP, Stone KH, Ceder G et al..  0.  Understanding crystallization pathways leading to manganese oxide polymorph formation. Nature Communications. 9(1):2553.
Chen Z, Dinh H, Miller E.  2013.  Photoelectrochemical Water Splitting: Standards, Experimental Methods, and Protocols. SpringerBriefs in Energy.
Chaubey R, Sahu S, James OO, Maity S.  2013.  A review on development of industrial processes and emerging techniques for production of hydrogen from renewable and sustainable sources. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews. 23:443-462.
Charvin P, Abanades S, Lemont F, Flamant G.  0.  Experimental study of SnO 2 /SnO/Sn thermochemical systems for solar production of hydrogen. AIChE Journal. 54(10):2759-2767.
Charvin P, Abanades S, Flamant G, Lemort F.  0.  Two-step water splitting thermochemical cycle based on iron oxide redox pair for solar hydrogen production. Energy. 32(7):1124-1133.
Centi G, Perathoner S.  0.  Towards Solar Fuels from Water and CO 2. ChemSusChem. 3(2):195-208.
Capek D., Gigandet M.-P, Masmoudi M., Wery M., Banakh O..  0.  Long-time anodisation of titanium in sulphuric acid. Surface and Coatings Technology. 202(8):1379-1384.