International Journal of Photoenergy

Table of Contents: 2006

  • International Journal of Photoenergy -
  • Special Issue
  • - Volume 2006
  • - Article ID 054638
  • - Editorial

Prospects of Artificial Light Harvesting Systems: An Introduction

Jasper Knoester | Siegfried Daehne
  • International Journal of Photoenergy -
  • Special Issue
  • - Volume 2006
  • - Article ID 047917

Photo-induced reduction of Noble metal ions to metal nanoparticles on tubular J-aggregates

Stefan Kirstein | Hans von Berlepsch | Christoph Böttcher
  • International Journal of Photoenergy -
  • Special Issue
  • - Volume 2006
  • - Article ID 020363

J-aggregates of amphiphilic cyanine dyes: Self-organization of artificial light harvesting complexes

Stefan Kirstein | Siegfried Daehne
  • International Journal of Photoenergy -
  • Special Issue
  • - Volume 2006
  • - Article ID 061364

Modeling the optical properties of excitons in linear and tubular J-aggregates

Jasper Knoester
  • International Journal of Photoenergy -
  • Special Issue
  • - Volume 2006
  • - Article ID 084950

Low temperature exciton-exciton annihilation in amphi-PIPE J-aggregates

C. Spitz | S. Daehne
  • International Journal of Photoenergy -
  • Special Issue
  • - Volume 2006
  • - Article ID 072383

Aggregation modes of anionic oxacarbocyanines with polycations in solution and in ESAMs

Andrea Lodi | Glauco Ponterini
  • International Journal of Photoenergy -
  • Special Issue
  • - Volume 2006
  • - Article ID 090989

Synthesis of self-aggregative zinc chlorophylls possessing polymerizable esters as a atable model compound for main light-harvesting antennas of green photosynthetic bacteria

Hitoshi Tamiaki | Kazuya Nishihara | Reiko Shibata
  • International Journal of Photoenergy -
  • Special Issue
  • Volume 2006
  • - Article ID 048462

EPR and Fluorescence Spectroscopy in the Photodegradation Study of Arabian and Colombian Crude Oils

Carmen L. B. Guedes | Eduardo Di Mauro | ... | Marilene T. Piccinato
  • International Journal of Photoenergy -
  • Special Issue
  • - Volume 2006
  • - Article ID 029623

Cylindrical aggregates of 5,5',6,6'-tetrachlorobenzimida-carbocyanine amphiphilic derivatives: Structure-related optical properties and exciton dynamics

A. Pugzlys | P. R. Hania | ... | P. H. M. van Loosdrecht
  • International Journal of Photoenergy -
  • Special Issue
  • - Volume 2006
  • - Article ID 018482

Thin organic layers for photography and electronic devices

Tadaaki Tani | Kazuhiko Seki | ... | Junichi Hanna
  • International Journal of Photoenergy -
  • Special Issue
  • Volume 2006
  • - Article ID 075483

Dye-sensitized solar cells and solar module using polymer electrolytes: Stability and performance investigations

Jilian Nei de Freitas | Viviane Carvalho Nogueira | ... | Ana Flávia Nogueira
  • International Journal of Photoenergy -
  • Special Issue
  • Volume 2006
  • - Article ID 076830

Mechanisms of the influence of UV irradiation on collagen and collagen-ascorbic acid solutions

N. Metreveli | L. Namicheishvili | ... | A. Sionkowska
  • International Journal of Photoenergy -
  • Special Issue
  • Volume 2006
  • - Article ID 096398

Thermally modified titania photocatalysts for phenol removal from water

Joanna Grzechulska-Damszel | Antoni W. Morawski | Barbara Grzmil
  • International Journal of Photoenergy -
  • Special Issue
  • Volume 2006
  • - Article ID 026870

Modelling of quantum yields in photocatalytic membrane reactors immobilising titanium dioxide

Ignazio Renato Bellobono | Giulia de Martini | ... | Riccardo Bianchi
  • International Journal of Photoenergy -
  • Special Issue
  • Volume 2006
  • - Article ID 073167

Laboratory-scale photomineralization of n-alkanes in gaseous phase by photocatalytic membranes immobilizing titanium dioxide

Ignazio Renato Bellobono | Rodica Stanescu | ... | Paola Maria Tozzi
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