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  1. Atomic force microscopy: Emerging illuminated and operando techniques for solar fuel research
  2. Direct observation of the energetics at a semiconductor/liquid junction by operando X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy
  3. Pentamethylcyclopentadienyl rhodium complexes
  4. Comparison between the measured and modeled hydrogen-evolution activity of Ni- or Pt-coated silicon photocathodes
  5. ChemInform Abstract: Amorphous TiO2Coatings Stabilize Si, GaAs, and GaP Photoanodes for Efficient Water Oxidation.
  6. Assembly, characterization, and electrochemical properties of immobilized metal bipyridyl complexes on silicon(111) surfaces
  7. Photoelectrochemical Behavior of Hierarchically Structured Si/WO3 Core–Shell Tandem Photoanodes
  8. ChemInform Abstract: Earth-Abundant Hydrogen Evolution Electrocatalysts
  9. Synthesis, Structures, and Optical Properties of Ruthenium(II) Complexes of the Tris(1-pyrazolyl)methane Ligand
  10. Synthesis and hydrogen-evolution activity of tungsten selenide thin films deposited on tungsten foils
  11. Earth-abundant hydrogen evolution electrocatalysts
  12. Operation of lightly doped Si microwires under high-level injection conditions
  13. Electrical Junction Behavior of Poly(3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene) (PEDOT) Contacts to H-Terminated and CH3-Terminated p-, n-, and n+-Si(111) Surfaces
  14. Heck Coupling of Olefins to Mixed Methyl/Thienyl Monolayers on Si(111) Surfaces
  15. Electrical and Photoelectrochemical Properties of WO3/Si Tandem Photoelectrodes
  16. Solar fuels editorial
  17. Photoelectrochemical oxidation of anions by WO3 in aqueous and nonaqueous electrolytes
  18. Thermally Stable N2-Intercalated WO3 Photoanodes for Water Oxidation
  19. A quantitative assessment of the competition between water and anion oxidation at WO3 photoanodes in acidic aqueous electrolytes
  20. In situ probe of photocarrier dynamics in water-splitting hematite (α-Fe2O3) electrodes
  21. Ferrocenyl Diquat Derivatives: Nonlinear Optical Activity, Multiple Redox States, and Unusual Reactivity
  22. Transmission Infrared Spectra of CH3–, CD3–, and C10H21–Ge(111) Surfaces
  23. Control of the pH-Dependence of the Band Edges of Si(111) Surfaces Using Mixed Methyl/Allyl Monolayers
  24. Response and Discrimination Performance of Arrays of Organothiol-Capped Au Nanoparticle Chemiresistive Vapor Sensors
  25. 820 mV open-circuit voltages from Cu2O/CH3CN junctions
  26. Syntheses and Properties of Two-Dimensional, Dicationic Nonlinear Optical Chromophores Based on Pyrazinyl Cores
  27. Quadratic and Cubic Nonlinear Optical Properties of Salts of Diquat-Based Chromophores with Diphenylamino Substituents
  28. Two-Dimensional, Pyrazine-Based Nonlinear Optical Chromophores with Ruthenium(II) Ammine Electron Donors
  29. Synthesis and Characterization of Mixed Methyl/Allyl Monolayers on Si(111)
  30. Diquat Derivatives: Highly Active, Two-Dimensional Nonlinear Optical Chromophores with Potential Redox Switchability
  31. Flexible, Polymer-Supported, Si Wire Array Photoelectrodes
  32. Chemical, Electronic, and Electrical Properties of Alkylated Ge(111) Surfaces
  33. ChemInform Abstract: Electroabsorption Spectroscopy of Charge Transfer States of Transition Metal Complexes
  34. ChemInform Abstract: Hydrogen Evolution Catalyzed by Cobaloximes
  35. ChemInform Abstract: Optical Transitions of Symmetrical Mixed-Valence Systems in the Class II-III Transition Regime
  36. Hydrogen Evolution Catalyzed by Cobaloximes
  37. Syntheses and Properties of Salts of Chromophores with Ferrocenyl Electron Donor Groups and Quaternary Nitrogen Acceptors
  38. Infrared Vibrational Spectroscopy of Isotopically Labeled Ethyl-Terminated Si(111) Surfaces Prepared Using a Two-Step Chlorination/Alkylation Procedure
  39. Flexible Polymer-Embedded Si Wire Arrays
  40. Nonlinear Optical and Related Properties of Iron(II) Pentacyanide Complexes with Quaternary Nitrogen Electron Acceptor Units
  41. Phosphine Functionalization of GaAs(111)A Surfaces
  42. Scanning Tunneling Microscopy Studies of Monolayer Templates: Alkylthioethers and Alkylethers
  43. Effect of the Presence of Iodide on the Electron Injection Dynamics of Dye-Sensitized TiO2-Based Solar Cells
  44. Repeated epitaxial growth and transfer of arrays of patterned, vertically aligned, crystalline Si wires from a single Si(111) substrate
  45. Syntheses and Properties of Heterobimetallic Ligand-Bridged Ruthenium(II)/Rhenium(I) Complexes and Their Monometallic Congeners
  46. Passivation and Secondary Functionalization of Allyl-Terminated Si(111) Surfaces
  47. Use of Alkane Monolayer Templates To Modify the Structure of Alkyl Ether Monolayers on Highly Ordered Pyrolytic Graphite
  48. Passivation of GaAs Nanocrystals by Chemical Functionalization
  49. Use of Spatiotemporal Response Information from Sorption-Based Sensor Arrays to Identify and Quantify the Composition of Analyte Mixtures
  50. Electrocatalytic Hydrogen Evolution at Low Overpotentials by Cobalt Macrocyclic Glyoxime and Tetraimine Complexes
  51. Relationships between Nonadiabatic Bridged Intramolecular, Electrochemical, and Electrical Electron-Transfer Processes
  52. Interfacial Electron Transfer in Metal Cyanide-Sensitized TiO2 Nanoparticles
  53. Characterization of transient species and products in photochemical reactions of Re(dmb) (CO)3 Et with and without CO2
  54. Extended Dipolar Nonlinear Optical Chromophores Based on trans-Bis[1,2-phenylenebis(dimethylarsine)]chlororuthenium(II) Centers
  55. Corrole-sensitized TiO 2 solar cells
  56. Interfacial Charge-Transfer Absorption:  3. Application to Semiconductor−Molecule Assemblies
  57. Chemiresistors for Array-Based Vapor Sensing Using Composites of Carbon Black with Low Volatility Organic Molecules
  58. Pentacyanoiron(II) as an Electron Donor Group for Nonlinear Optics:  Medium-Responsive Properties and Comparisons with Related Pentaammineruthenium(II) Complexes
  59. High-Resolution X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy of Chlorine-Terminated GaAs(111)A Surfaces
  60. Covalent Attachment of Acetylene and Methylacetylene Functionality to Si(111) Surfaces: Scaffolds for Organic Surface Functionalization while Retaining Si−C Passivation of Si(111) Surface Sites
  61. Interfacial charge transfer absorption: Application to metal–molecule assemblies
  62. Measurement of the Dependence of Interfacial Charge-Transfer Rate Constants on the Reorganization Energy of Redox Species at n-ZnO/H2O Interfaces
  63. Three-Dimensional Nonlinear Optical Chromophores Based on Metal-to-Ligand Charge-Transfer from Ruthenium(II) or Iron(II) Centers
  64. Interfacial Charge-Transfer Absorption:  Semiclassical Treatment
  65. Molecular Salts with Diquat-Based Electron Acceptors for Nonlinear Optics
  66. Electrocatalytic hydrogen evolution by cobalt difluoroboryl-diglyoximate complexes
  67. Anchoring Group and Auxiliary Ligand Effects on the Binding of Ruthenium Complexes to Nanocrystalline TiO2 Photoelectrodes
  68. Implications of an Electron-Hopping Model for Charge Transport through Donor−Bridge−Acceptor Assemblies Connected to Metal Electrodes
  69. Syntheses and Spectroscopic and Quadratic Nonlinear Optical Properties of Extended Dipolar Complexes with Ruthenium(II) Ammine Electron Donor and N-Methylpyridinium Acceptor Groups
  70. Quadratic nonlinear optical properties of novel pyridinium salts
  71. Molecular quadratic nonlinear optical properties of dipolar ruthenium(II) arsine complexes
  72. Quadratic nonlinear optical properties of transition metal quaterpyridyl complexes
  73. Using the Marcus Inverted Region for Rectification in Donor−Bridge−Acceptor “Wire” Assemblies
  74. Determination of the molecular quadratic non-linear optical responses of V-shaped metallochromophores by using Stark spectroscopyElectronic supplementary information (ESI) available: Experimental details. See
  75. Highly Unusual Effects of π-Conjugation Extension on the Molecular Linear and Quadratic Nonlinear Optical Properties of Ruthenium(II) Ammine Complexes
  76. Electroabsorption Spectroscopic Studies of Dipolar Ruthenium(II) Complexes Possessing Large Quadratic Nonlinear Optical Responses
  77. Efficient Generation of the Ligand Field Excited State of Tris-(2,2‘-bipyridine)-ruthenium(II) through Sequential Two-Photon Capture by [Ru(bpy)3]2+ or Electron Capture by [Ru(bpy)3]3+
  78. ChemInform Abstract: Reflections on the Two-State Electron Transfer Model
  79. A comparison of the pentaammine(pyridyl)ruthenium(ii) and 4-(dimethylamino)phenyl groups as electron donors for quadratic non-linear optics
  80. Energy surfaces, reorganization energies, and coupling elements in electron transfer
  81. Hydride Transfer Reactions of Transition Metal Hydrides:  Kinetic Hydricity of Metal Carbonyl Hydrides
  82. High Enantioselectivity in the Electron Transfer Reaction between a Ru(II) Complex of Menbpy Anion Radical, [Ru(menbpy)3]+[menbpy = 4,4′-di{(1R,2S,5R)-(−)-menthoxycarbonyl}-2,2′-bipyridine] and [Co(acac)3]: A Pulse Radiolysis Study
  83. Photochemical carbon dioxide reduction with metal complexes: Differences between cobalt and nickel macrocycles
  84. Electronic and Molecular Structures of Pentaammineruthenium Pyridine and Benzonitrile Complexes as a Function of Oxidation State
  85. Mechanistic and kinetic studies of cobalt macrocycles in a photochemical CO2 reduction system
  86. Toward photochemical carbon dioxide activation by transition metal complexes
  87. Carbon dioxide activation by cobalt macrocycles: evidence of hydrogen bonding between bound CO2 and the macrocycle in solution
  88. Building blocks for polymetallic ruthenium(II) and osmium(II) polypyridine luminophores
  89. Photophysical properties of covalently attached tris(bipyridine)ruthenium(2+) and Mcyclam2+ (M = nickel, H2) complexes
  90. Electron transfer in inorganic, organic and biological systems
  91. Factors affecting nonradiative decay: temperature dependence of the picosecond fluorescence lifetime of tetrakis(dihydrogen diphosphate)diplatinum(4-)
  92. Directional electron transfer: conformational interconversions and their effects on observed electron-transfer rate constants
  93. Some Aspects of Electron Transfer in Biological Systems
  94. Rate-Constant Expressions for Nonadiabatic Electron-Transfer Reactions
  95. Solvent reorganization in optical and thermal electron-transfer processes: solvatochromism and intramolecular electron-transfer barriers in spheroidal molecules
  96. Solvent reorganization in optical and thermal electron-transfer processes
  97. Formation of electronically excited products in electron-transfer reactions: reaction of polypyridine complexes of cobalt(I) and ruthenium(III) in acetonitrile
  98. Kinetics and mechanisms of electron transfer between blue copper proteins and electronically excited chromium and ruthenium polypyridine complexes
  99. Homogeneous catalysis of the photoreduction of water. 6. Mediation by polypyridine complexes of ruthenium(II) and cobalt(II) in alkaline media
  100. The distance dependence of electron transfer reactions: rate maxima and rapid rates at large reactant separations
  101. Mechanisms of water oxidation to oxygen: cobalt(IV) as an intermediate in the aquocobalt(II)-catalyzed reaction
  102. Mechanism of porphyrin ion production from the triplet state of magnesium octaethylporphyrin
  103. Electron Transfer in Weakly Interacting Systems
  104. The role of inner-sphere configuration changes in electron-exchange reactions of metal complexes
  105. Laser-flash-induced dissociation and recombination of aqueous pentacyano(2-methylpyrazine)ferrate(II) ion
  106. X-ray absorption spectra of permanganate(1-) and permanganate(2-) ions with synchrotron radiation: a study of structure and bonding properties of transition-metal complexes in solution
  107. Visible light photolysis of tris(bipyridine)ruthenium(II)-titanium(III) solutions
  108. Titanium(III) chemistry: electron-transfer reactions with ground-state poly(pyridine)osmium(III) complexes, quenching reactions with excited-state poly(pyridine)ruthenium(II) complexes, and formal reduction potentials
  109. Excited-state photochemistry in the tris(2,2'-bipyridine)ruthenium(II)-sulfite system
  110. Reactions of the excited states of substituted polypyridinechromium(III) complexes with oxygen, iron(II) ions, ruthenium(II) and -(III), and osmium(II) and -(III) complexes
  112. Kinetics and mechanism of the oxidation of horse heart ferrocytochrome c by tris(1,10-phenanthroline)cobalt(III) at low pH
  113. Reflections on the Two-State Electron-Transfer Model
  114. Homogeneous Redox Catalysis in CO2 Fixation