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The e-book comprises survey papers in Algebraic Geometry.

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The catalysed samples were placed in water-splitting cells with pH 0 and pH 14 electrolyte and exposed to above-gap illumination. For each cell, the semiconductor surface had no noticeable degradation after 300s with a short-circuit current density of approximately 5 × 10–4 A/cm2. This indicates that the catalysed n-GaN surface has sufficient electrochemical stability that it will not corrode during short periods of water splitting. Solar cells Solar cells can be made from a sandwich of n-type silicon, doped with phosphorus, and p-type silicon, doped with boron; the sandwich is protected by a transparent glass cover plate.

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