Solar Fuels: Materials, Physics, and Applications (Paperback)
Written for use as a text and reference for those interested in how new materials may be used to capture, store, and use solar energy for alternative energy resources in everyday life, Solar Fuels: Materials, Physics, and Applications discusses the fundamentals of new materials and the physical processes involved in their mechanisms and design. This book offers clear examples of current state-of-the-art organic and inorganic solar cell materials and devices used in the field, and includes experiments testing solar capability along with standardized examples. Last, but not least, it also gives a clear outline of the challenges that need to be addressed moving forward.
About the Author
Theodore Goodson is The Richard Bernstein Collegiate Professor of Chemistry at University of Michigan, in Ann Arbor.