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Kim TW, Woo MA, Regis M, Choi KS. Electrochemical Synthesis of Spinel Type ZnCo2O4 Electrodes for Use as Oxygen Evolution Reaction Catalysts. Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters. 2014 ;5:2370-2374.
Kim TW, Choi KS. Nanoporous BiVO4 Photoanodes with Dual-Layer Oxygen Evolution Catalysts for Solar Water Splitting. Science. 2014 ;343:990-994.
Kim TW, Ping Y, Galli GA, Choi KS. Simultaneous enhancements in photon absorption and charge transport of bismuth vanadate photoanodes for solar water splitting. Nature Communications. 2015 ;6.
Kim TW, Choi KS. Improving Stability and Photoelectrochemical Performance of BiVO4 Photoanodes in Basic Media by Adding a ZnFe2O4 Layer. Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters. 2016 ;7:447-451.
Kim TW, Kuech TF, Mawst LJ. Impact of growth temperature and substrate orientation on dilute-nitride-antimonide materials grown by MOVPE for multi-junction solar cell application. Journal of Crystal Growth. 2014 ;405:87-91.
Kim TW, Kim K, Lee JJ, Kuech TF, Mawst LJ, Wells NP, LaLumondiere SD, Sin Y, Lotshaw WT, Moss SC. Impact of thermal annealing on bulk InGaAsSbN materials grown by metalorganic vapor phase epitaxy. Applied Physics Letters. 2014 ;104.
Kim TW, Garrod TJ, Mawst LJ, Kuech TF, LaLumondiere SD, Sin Y, Lotshaw WT, Moss SC. Characteristics of bulk InGaAsSbN/GaAs grown by metalorganic vapor phase epitaxy (MOVPE). Journal of Crystal Growth. 2013 ;370:163-167.
Kim TW, Garrod TJ, Kim K, Lee JJ, LaLumondiere SD, Sin Y, Lotshaw WT, Moss SC, Kuech TF, Tatavarti R, et al. Narrow band gap (1 eV) InGaAsSbN solar cells grown by metalorganic vapor phase epitaxy. Applied Physics Letters. 2012 ;100.
Kim TW, Forghani K, Mawst LJ, Kuech TF, LaLumondiere SD, Sin Y, Lotshaw WT, Moss SC. Properties of 'bulk' GaAsSbN/GaAs for multi-junction solar cell application: Reduction of carbon background concentration. Journal of Crystal Growth. 2014 ;393:70-74.