International Journal of Photoenergy

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Table of Contents: 1999

  • International Journal of Photoenergy -
  • Special Issue
  • Volume 1
  • - Article ID 219372

Synthesis, absorption spectra and semiempiric calculations on the photochromism of arylmercuric dithizonate complexes

T. Schönherr | V. Schmid | ... | S. A. Mostafa
  • International Journal of Photoenergy -
  • Special Issue
  • Volume 1
  • - Article ID 893691

Synthetic and natural organic photochromic systems for optic application

V. A. Barachevsky
  • International Journal of Photoenergy -
  • Special Issue
  • Volume 1
  • - Article ID 628965

Thermally irreversible photochromic dithienylethenes

M. M. Krayushkin | B. M. Uzhinov | ... | O. Yu. Zolotarskaya
  • International Journal of Photoenergy -
  • Special Issue
  • Volume 1
  • - Article ID 763625

Magnetic field modulation of the delayed fluorescence yield in the photoionization reaction of N, N, N', N'-tetramethyl-p-phenylenediamine in water

Sameh Saad Ali | Günter Grampp | ... | Michael Sacher
  • International Journal of Photoenergy -
  • Special Issue
  • Volume 1
  • - Article ID 651851

Fluorescence quenching of aromatic hydrocarbons by nitroxide radicals: a mechanismatic study

Tarek A. Fayed | Gunter Grampp | Stephan Landgraf
  • International Journal of Photoenergy -
  • Special Issue
  • Volume 1
  • - Article ID 280358

Photophysical and photochemical properties of electronically excited fluorescent dyes: a new type of time-resolved laser-scanning spectroscopy

Ma. Heupel | I. Gregor | ... | E. Thiel
  • International Journal of Photoenergy -
  • Special Issue
  • Volume 1
  • - Article ID 217358

Photoinitiated azo-hydrazo tautomerizm of 1-p- toluenesulphonylazo-2,4,6,8-tetrakis (tert-butyl)phenoxazine

T. E. Ivakhnenko | N. I. Makarova | ... | M. I. Knyazhansky
  • International Journal of Photoenergy -
  • Special Issue
  • Volume 1
  • - Article ID 390309

C–H bond activation of benzene and thiophene by photochemically generated rhenocene cation

Hiroshi Ogino | Hiromi Tobita | ... | Kiyonari Hashidzume
  • International Journal of Photoenergy -
  • Special Issue
  • Volume 1
  • - Article ID 418298

Ultrafast photoinduced electron transfer in coumarin 343 sensitized TiO2-colloidal solution

Josef Wachtveitl | Robert Huber | ... | Michael Grätzel
  • International Journal of Photoenergy -
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  • Volume 1
  • - Article ID 796495

Optical study on relaxation of excitons and initiation of photopolymerization in diacetylene crystals at low temperatures

Chihiro Itoh
  • International Journal of Photoenergy -
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  • Volume 1
  • - Article ID 435413

Electrogenerated chemiluminescence of violanthrone in dimethyl sulfoxide

K. Hansongnern | P. Chooto | P. Amornpitoksuk
  • International Journal of Photoenergy -
  • Special Issue
  • Volume 1
  • - Article ID 652593

Remote interfacial electron transfer processes on nanocrystalline TiO2 sensitized with polynuclear complexes

C. A. Bignozzi | M. Alebbi | ... | G. J. Meyer
  • International Journal of Photoenergy -
  • Special Issue
  • Volume 1
  • - Article ID 747319

Photoinduced energy-transfer in covalently and non-covalently linked supramolecular arrays of metal polypyridyl complexes

Michael D. Ward
  • International Journal of Photoenergy -
  • Special Issue
  • Volume 1
  • - Article ID 463196

Series resistance effect on the output parameters of buried emitter silicon solar cells

Gamal M. Eldallal | Mohamed Y. Feteha | Mostafa E. Mousaa
  • International Journal of Photoenergy -
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  • Volume 1
  • - Article ID 236531

Recombination mechanisms in crystalline silicon: bulk and surface contributions

Enrichetta Susi
International Journal of Photoenergy
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