William B. Ingler, Ph.D.

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2005 Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA, United States 
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Physical Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry, Materials Science Engineering, Condensed Matter Physics
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Shahed U. Khan grad student 2005 Duquesne University
 (Synthesis of p-iron(III) oxide, n-iron(III) oxide, and carbon-modified-n-titanium dioxide and their application in self-driven photoelectrochemical cells: p-iron(III) oxide/n-iron(III) oxide, p-iron(III) oxide/carbon-modified-n-titanium dioxide, and p-gal)
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Khan SUM, Frites M, Ingler WB. (2011) Efficient anode and cathode materials for amorphous silicon solar cell driven all solar electrolysis of water Green. 1: 97-103
Frites M, Ingler WB, Khan SUM. (2010) In search of efficient anode and cathode materials for double junction amorphous silicon solar cell driven all solar electrolysis of water to hydrogen and oxygen gases Ecs Transactions. 28: 133-140
Frites M, Ingler WB, Khan SUM. (2010) Photoelectrolysis of water in Tj-a-Si solar cell biased CM-n-TiO 2| |Pt and in monolithic self-driven n-TiO 2 - Mn 2O 3 coated Tj-a-Si| |Pt photoelectrochemical cells Ecs Transactions. 25: 73-82
Xu C, Ingler WB, Shaban YA, et al. (2007) Amorphous Si-Solar cell assisted hydrogen production by photocleavage of water in carbon modified (CM)-n-TiO2/Pt photoelectrochemical cell Ecs Transactions. 6: 83-92
Xu C, Shaban YA, Ingler WB, et al. (2007) Nanotube enhanced photoresponse of carbon modified (CM)-n-TiO2 for efficient water splitting Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells. 91: 938-943
Ingler WB, Baltrus JP, Khan SU. (2004) Photoresponse of p-type zinc-doped iron(III) oxide thin films. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 126: 10238-9
Khan SU, Al-Shahry M, Ingler WB. (2002) Efficient photochemical water splitting by a chemically modified n-TiO2. Science (New York, N.Y.). 297: 2243-5
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