Photoelectrochemistry

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Photoelectrochemistry is a subfield of study within physical chemistry concerned with the interaction of light with electrochemical systems.[1][2] It is active domain of investigation. One of the pioneers of this field of electrochemistry was the German electrochemist Heinz Gerischer. The interest in this domain is high in the context of development of renewable energy conversion and storage technology.

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  1. ^ IUPAC Compendium of Chemical Terminology
  2. ^ Electrochemistry Encyclopedia

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