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Hwang S, Porter SH, Laursen AB, Yang H, Li M, Manichev V, Calvinho KUD, Amarasinghe V, Greenblatt M, Garfunkel E et al..  2019.  Creating stable interfaces between reactive materials: titanium nitride protects photoabsorber–catalyst interface in water-splitting photocathodes. Journal of Materials Chemistry A. 7(5):2400-2411.
Hwang S, Young JL, Mow R, Laursen AB, Li M, Yang H, Batson PE, Greenblatt M, Steiner MA, Friedman D et al..  2020.  Highly efficient and durable III–V semiconductor-catalyst photocathodes via a transparent protection layer. Sustainable Energy Fuels. 4(3):1437-1442.
Houaijia A, Sattler C, Roeb M, Lange M, Breuer S, Säck JPeter.  2013.  Analysis and improvement of a high-efficiency solar cavity reactor design for a two-step thermochemical cycle for solar hydrogen production from water. Solar Energy. 97:26-38.
Hoskins AL, Millican SL, Czernik CE, Alshankiti I, Netter JC, Wendelin TJ, Musgrave CB, Weimer AW.  2019.  Continuous on-sun solar thermochemical hydrogen production via an isothermal redox cycle. Applied Energy. 249:368-376.
Hoes M, Muhich CL, Jacot R, Patzke GR, Steinfeld A.  2017.  Thermodynamics of paired charge-compensating doped ceria with superior redox performance for solar thermochemical splitting of H 2 O and CO 2. Journal of Materials Chemistry A. 5(36):19476-19484.
Hinatsu Y.  2015.  Diverse structures of mixed-metal oxides containing rare earths and their magnetic properties. Journal of the Ceramic Society of Japan. 123(1441):845-852.
Herron JA, Kim J, Upadhye AA, Huber GW, Maravelias CT.  2015.  A general framework for the assessment of solar fuel technologies. Energy Environ. Sci.. 8(1):126-157.
Heo S.J, Sanders M., O’Hayre R., Zakutayev A..  2021.  Double-Site Substitution of Ce Into (Ba, Sr)MnO3 Perovskites for Solar Thermochemical Hydrogen Production. ACS Energy Letters. 6(9):3037-3043.
Hellstern TR, Palm DW, Carter J, DeAngelis AD, Horsley K, Weinhardt L, Yang W, Blum M, Gaillard N, Heske C et al..  2019.  Molybdenum Disulfide Catalytic Coatings via Atomic Layer Deposition for Solar Hydrogen Production from Copper Gallium Diselenide Photocathodes. ACS Applied Energy Materials. 2(2):1060-1066.
Heintz A.  0.  Solar energy combined with chemical reactive systems for the production and storage of sustainable energy. A review of thermodynamic principles. The Journal of Chemical Thermodynamics. 46:99-108.
He Y, Hamann T, Wang D.  2019.  Thin film photoelectrodes for solar water splitting. Chemical Society Reviews. 48(7):2182-2215.
He Y, Wang D.  2018.  Toward Practical Solar Hydrogen Production. Chem. 4(3):405-408.
He F, Li F.  2015.  Perovskite promoted iron oxide for hybrid water-splitting and syngas generation with exceptional conversion. Energy Environ. Sci.. 8(2):535-539.
He Y, Vanka S, Gao T, He D, Espano J, Zhao Y, Dong Q, Lang C, Wang Y, Hamann TW et al..  2019.  Dependence of interface energetics and kinetics on catalyst loading in a photoelectrochemical system. Nano Research.
Hayles J, Bao H.  0.  The reduction and oxidation of ceria: A natural abundance triple oxygen isotope perspective. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta. 159:220-230.
Hauch A, Brodersen K, Chen M, Graves C, Jensen SHøjgaard, Jørgensen PStanley, Hendriksen PVang, Mogensen MBjerg, Ovtar S, Sun X.  2017.  A Decade of Solid Oxide Electrolysis Improvements at DTU Energy. ECS Transactions. 75(42):3-14.
Hathaway BJ, Chandran RBala, Gladen AC, Chase TR, Davidson JH.  0.  Demonstration of a solar reactor for carbon dioxide splitting via the isothermal ceria redox cycle and practical implications. Energy & Fuels. 30(8):6654-6661.
Hathaway BJ, Chandran RBala, Sedler S, Thomas D, Gladen A, Chase T, Davidson JH.  2016.  Effect of Flow Rates on Operation of a Solar Thermochemical Reactor for Splitting CO2 Via the Isothermal Ceria Redox Cycle. Journal of Solar Energy Engineering. 138(1):011007.
Hao Y, Yang C-K, Haile SM.  2014.  Ceria–zirconia solid solutions (Ce1–xZrxO2−δ, x≤0.2) for solar thermochemical water splitting: A thermodynamic study. Chemistry of Materials. 26(20):6073-6082.
Hao Y, Yang C-K, Haile SM.  2013.  High-temperature isothermal chemical cycling for solar-driven fuel production. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics. 15(40):17084.
Hansen HA, Wolverton C.  0.  Kinetics and thermodynamics of H2O dissociation on reduced CeO2(111). The Journal of Physical Chemistry C. 118(47):27402-27414.