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Rudisill SG, Venstrom LJ, Petkovich ND, Quan T, Hein N, Boman DB, Davidson JH, Stein A.  0.  Enhanced Oxidation Kinetics in Thermochemical Cycling of CeO 2 through Templated Porosity. The Journal of Physical Chemistry C. 117(4):1692-1700.
Ruan C, Tan Y, Li L, Wang J, Liu X, Wang X.  2017.  A novel CeO2–xSnO2/Ce2Sn2O7 pyrochlore cycle for enhanced solar thermochemical water splitting. AIChE Journal. 63(8):3450-3462.
Rosen MA.  2010.  Advances in hydrogen production by thermochemical water decomposition: A review. Energy. 35(2):1068-1076.
Romero M, Steinfeld A.  2012.  Concentrating solar thermal power and thermochemical fuels. Energy & Environmental Science. 5(11):9234-9245.
Roeb M., Muller-Steinhagen H..  2010.  Concentrating on Solar Electricity and Fuels. Science. 329(5993):773-774.
Roeb M., Säck J.-P., Rietbrock P., Prahl C., Schreiber H., Neises M., de Oliveira L., Graf D., Ebert M., Reinalter W. et al..  0.  Test operation of a 100kW pilot plant for solar hydrogen production from water on a solar tower. Solar Energy. 85(4):634-644.
Roeb M, Neises M, Monnerie N, Sattler C, Pitz-Paal R.  2011.  Technologies and trends in solar power and fuels. Energy & Environmental Science. 4(7):2503.
Roeb M, Neises M, Monnerie N, Call F, Simon H, Sattler C, Schmücker M, Pitz-Paal R.  0.  Materials-Related Aspects of Thermochemical Water and Carbon Dioxide Splitting: A Review. Materials. 5(12):2015-2054.
Roeb M., Sattler C..  0.  Isothermal Water Splitting. Science. 341(6145):470-471.
Robinson DM, Go YBok, Mui M, Gardner G, Zhang Z, Mastrogiovanni D, Garfunkel E, Li J, Greenblatt M, G. Dismukes C.  0.  Photochemical Water Oxidation by Crystalline Polymorphs of Manganese Oxides: Structural Requirements for Catalysis. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 135(9):3494-3501.
Rhodes NR, Bobek MM, Allen KM, Hahn DW.  0.  Investigation of long term reactive stability of ceria for use in solar thermochemical cycles. Energy. 89:924-931.
Rasten E, Hagen G, Tunold R.  0.  Electrocatalysis in water electrolysis with solid polymer electrolyte. Electrochimica Acta. 48(25):3945-3952.
Rashkeev SN, Ginosar DM, Petkovic LM, Farrell HH.  2009.  Catalytic activity of supported metal particles for sulfuric acid decomposition reaction. Catalysis Today. 139(4):291-298.
Rao C.N.R., Dey S.  0.  Generation of H2 and CO by solar thermochemical splitting of H2O and CO2 by employing metal oxides. Journal of Solid State Chemistry. 242:107-115.
Rao C.NR, Dey S.  0.  Solar thermochemical splitting of water to generate hydrogen. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. :201700104.
Rakousky C, Reimer U, Wippermann K, Carmo M, Lueke W, Stolten D.  2016.  An analysis of degradation phenomena in polymer electrolyte membrane water electrolysis. Journal of Power Sources. 326:120-128.
Rager T..  2012.  Re-evaluation of the efficiency of a ceria-based thermochemical cycle for solar fuel generation. Chemical Communications.
Rady AC, Munnings C., Giddey S, Badwal SPS, Bhattacharya S, Kulkarni A.  0.  In situ high-temperature powder diffraction studies of solid oxide electrolyte direct carbon fuel cell materials in the presence of brown coal. Journal of Materials Science. 51(8):3928-3940.