Her primary areas of study are Thermoelectric effect, Analytical chemistry, Inorganic chemistry, Chemical engineering and Oxide. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Thermal conductivity, Atmospheric temperature range and Ceramic. Her Analytical chemistry study combines topics in areas such as Transition temperature, Perovskite, Crystal structure and Transition metal.
Her Inorganic chemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Hydrogen, Crystal growth, Thin film, Water splitting and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy. The Chemical engineering study combines topics in areas such as Photocatalysis, Solar furnace, Mineralogy, Mesoporous material and Calcination. The various areas that Anke Weidenkaff examines in her Oxide study include Catalysis and Microstructure.
Her primary scientific interests are in Thermoelectric effect, Analytical chemistry, Perovskite, Inorganic chemistry and Seebeck coefficient. Her research integrates issues of Atmospheric temperature range, Thermal conductivity, Condensed matter physics and Electrical resistivity and conductivity in her study of Thermoelectric effect. Her Analytical chemistry research incorporates elements of Thin film, Strontium titanate, Mineralogy and Oxygen.
Her studies in Mineralogy integrate themes in fields like Oxide and Chemical engineering. Her research in Perovskite intersects with topics in Crystal structure and Epitaxy. Her research investigates the connection between Inorganic chemistry and topics such as Catalysis that intersect with problems in Metal.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Thermoelectric effect, Thermoelectric materials, Condensed matter physics, Thermal conductivity and Chemical engineering. In general Thermoelectric effect study, her work on Seebeck coefficient often relates to the realm of Clathrate hydrate, thereby connecting several areas of interest. Her Thermoelectric materials study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Oxide, Thermal, Converters, Nanotechnology and Atmospheric temperature range.
Her studies deal with areas such as Amorphous solid, Dopant and Tantalum as well as Chemical engineering. Anke Weidenkaff has researched Electrical resistivity and conductivity in several fields, including Phonon scattering, Spin-½ and Analytical chemistry. Anke Weidenkaff usually deals with Analytical chemistry and limits it to topics linked to Mineralogy and Lithium.
Anke Weidenkaff mostly deals with Thermoelectric effect, Thermal conductivity, Thermoelectric materials, Condensed matter physics and Electrical resistivity and conductivity. Her Thermoelectric effect research includes themes of Doping, Dopant and Electronic band structure. Her Thermoelectric materials study incorporates themes from Energy transformation, Heterojunction, Oxide and Nanotechnology.
Her Electrical resistivity and conductivity research integrates issues from Crystallography, Scattering, Chemical engineering and Hot pressing. Anke Weidenkaff has included themes like Scanning electron microscope and Analytical chemistry in her Seebeck coefficient study. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Inorganic chemistry and Band gap.
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Photoelectrochemical Water Splitting with Mesoporous Hematite Prepared by a Solution-Based Colloidal Approach
Kevin Sivula;Radek Zboril;Florian Le Formal;Rosa Robert.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2010)
Perovskite-related oxynitrides – Recent developments in synthesis, characterisation and investigations of physical properties
Stefan G. Ebbinghaus;Hans-Peter Abicht;Richard Dronskowski;Thomas Müller.
Progress in Solid State Chemistry (2009)
The 2016 oxide electronic materials and oxide interfaces roadmap
M. Lorenz;M. S. Ramachandra Rao;T. Venkatesan;E. Fortunato.
Journal of Physics D (2016)
Thermoelectric Ceramics for Energy Harvesting
Kunihito Koumoto;Ryoji Funahashi;Emmanuel Guilmeau;Yuzuru Miyazaki.
Journal of the American Ceramic Society (2013)
Recent Advances in Nanostructured Thermoelectric Half-Heusler Compounds.
Wenjie Xie;Anke Weidenkaff;Xinfeng Tang;Qingjie Zhang.
A solar chemical reactor for co-production of zinc and synthesis gas
Aldo Steinfeld;Max Brack;Anton Meier;Anke Weidenkaff.
CaMn1−x NbxO3 (x ≤ 0.08) Perovskite-Type Phases As Promising New High-Temperature n-Type Thermoelectric Materials
L. Bocher;M. H. Aguirre;D. Logvinovich;A. Shkabko.
Inorganic Chemistry (2008)
The production of Zn from ZnO in a high- temperature solar decomposition quench process—I. The scientific framework for the process
Robert D. Palumbo;Jacques Lédé;Olivier Boutin;E.E. Ricart.
Chemical Engineering Science (1998)
Hydrogen sorption by carbon nanotubes and other carbon nanostructures
A Züttel;Ch Nützenadel;P Sudan;Ph Mauron.
Journal of Alloys and Compounds (2002)
Thermogravimetric analysis of the ZnO/Zn water splitting cycle
A Weidenkaff;A.W Reller;A Wokaun;A Steinfeld.
Thermochimica Acta (2000)
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