Recent Publications

1. Copper sulfide as a light absorber in wet-chemical synthesized Extremely Thin Absorber (ETA) solar cells. M. Page, O. Niitsoo, Y. Itzhaik, D. Cahen and G.
    Hodes. J. Energy Environ. Sci. 2, 220-223 (2009).
2. Sb2S3-sensitized nanoporous TiO2 solar cells. Y. Itzhaik, O. Niitsoo, M. Page and G. Hodes, J. Phys. Chem. C, 113, 4254-4256, (2009).
3. Reliable chemical bath deposition of ZnO films with controllable morphology from ethanolamine-based solutions using KMnO4 substrate activation. M.
    Kokotov and G. Hodes, J. Mater. Chem., (2009), DOI: 10.1039/b821242b
4. Nanocrystalline solar cells. G. Hodes and A. Zaban. In: Nanostructured Material, pp. 232-269. Ed. Gerhard Wilde. (Frontiers of Nanoscience, Series
    Ed. R.E. Palmer, Elsevier). (2009).
5. Defect-dominated charge transport in Si-supported CdSe nanoparticle films. S.K. Sarkar, G. Hodes, L. Kronik and H. Cohen, J. Phys. Chem. C, 112, 6564-6570 (2008).
6. Reproducible chemical bath deposition of ZnO by a one-step method: the importance of �contaminants� in nucleation. M. Kokotov A. Biller and G. Hodes.
    Chem. Mater. 20, 4542-4544 (2008).
7. Comparison of dye- and semiconductor-sensitized porous nanocrystalline liquid junction solar cells. G. Hodes, J. Phys. Chem. C (invited feature article). 112,
    17778-17787, (2008).
8. Chemical bath deposition of single-phase (Pb,Cd)S solid solutions. E. Rabinovich and G. Hodes, Thin Solid Films. 517, 737-744, (2008).
9. Photoelectrochemical Storage Cells, S. Licht and G. Hodes, In: Series on Photoconversion of Solar Energy, vol. 3 (Nanostructured and
    Photoelectrochemical Systems for Solar Photon Conversion), ed. M.D. Archer and A.J. Nozik, World Scientific Publishing Co. 591-632, (2008).
10. Effects of solution pH and surface chemistry on the post-deposition growth of chemical bath deposited PbSe nanocrystalline films, Shaibal K. Sarkar, Shifi
      Kababya, Shimon Vega, Hagai Cohen, Joseph C. Woicik, Anatoly I. Frenkel and Gary Hodes, Chem, Mater.19, 879-888 (2007).
11. When small is different: some recent advances in concepts and applications of nanosized phenomena. (Invited review). G. Hodes, Adv. Mater. 19, 639-655, (2007).
12. Semiconductor and ceramic nanoparticle films deposited by chemical bath deposition. (Invited review). G. Hodes. Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 9, 2181-2196 (2007).
13. Shake and break � tuning the quantum size effect in quantum dots by control of interparticle forces, Shira Yochelis, Ronit Popovitz-Biro & Gary Hodes, J.
      Nanosci. Nanotech, 6, 1038-1043 (2006).
14. Chemical bath deposited CdS/CdSe-sensitized porous TiO2 solar cells. Olivia Niitsoo, Shaibal K. Sarkar, Christophe Pejoux, Sven R�hle, David Cahen and
      Gary Hodes, J. Photochem.Photobiol. A, 181, 306-313 (2006).
15. Fabrication and characterization of ZnO nanowires/CdSe/CuSCN eta-solar cell, Ramon Tena-Zaera, Margaret A. Ryan, Abou Katty, Gary Hodes, St�phane
      Bastide, Claude L�vy-Cl�ment, C.R. Chimie, 9, 717-729 (2006).
16. Chemically resolved photovoltage measurements in CdSe nanoparticle films, H. Cohen, S.K. Sarkar and G. Hodes, J. Phys. Chem. B, 110, 25508-25513 (2006).
17. Electrochemical preparation of H2S and H2Se, St�phane Bastide, Paul H�gel, Claude L�vy-Cl�ment and Gary Hodes, J. Electrochem. Soc., 152, D3541 (2005).
18. Internal field switching in CdSe quantum dot films on Si, Shaibal K. Sarkar, Hagai Cohen and Gary Hodes, J. Phys. Chem. B, 109, 182-187 (2005).
19. Charge overlap interaction in quantum dot films: time dependence and suppression by cyanide adsorption. S. K. Sarkar and G. Hodes, J. Phys. Chem.
      B, 109, 7214-7219 (2005).
20. CdSe-sensitized p-CuSCN/nanowire n-ZnO heterojunctions, C. L�vy-Cl�ment, R. Tena-Zaera, M. A. Ryan, A. Katty, G. Hodes, Adv. Mater. 17, 1512-1515 (2005).
21. Variable optical properties and effective porosity of CdSe nanocrystalline films electrodeposited from selenosulphate solutions. Gary Hodes, Enrique Grunbaum,
      Yishai Feldman, St�phane Bastide and Claude L�vy-Cl�ment, J. Electrochem. Soc., 152, G917-923 (2005).
 
 
List of publications (from 1976-2004)


1. Hydrogen Overpotential and Underpotential of Palladium-Black and Platinum-Black
    Surfaces. F.A. Lewis, A. Obermann and G. Hodes. Surface Tech., 4, 79-87 (1976).
2. Tungsten Trioxide as a Photoanode for a Photoelectrochemical Cell (PEC). G. Hodes,
    D. Cahen and J. Manassen. Nature, 260, 312-313 (1976).
3. Electrochemical, Solid State, Photochemical and Technological Aspects of
    Photoelectrochemical Energy Converters. J. Manassen, D. Cahen, G. Hodes and A. Sofer. Nature, 263, 97-100 (1976).
4. Photoelectrochemical Energy Conversion and Storage Using Polycrystalline
    Chalcogenide Electrodes. G. Hodes, J. Manassen and D. Cahen. Nature, 261, 403-404 (1976).
5. Photoelectrochemical Energy Conversion: Electrocatalytic Sulphur Electrodes.
    G. Hodes, J. Manassen and D. Cahen. J. Appl. Electrochem., 7, 181-182 (1977).
6. Photoelectrochemical Energy Conversions and Storage. The Polycrystalline CdSe Cell with Different Storage Modes. J. Manassen, G. Hodes and D. Cahen.
    J. Electrochem. Soc., 124, 532-534 (1977).
7. S/Se Substitution in Polycrystalline CdSe Photoelectrodes. D. Cahen, G. Hodes and J. Manassen. J. Electrochem. Soc., 125, 1623-1628 (1978).
8. Materials Aspects of Photoelectrochemical Systems. D. Cahen, J. Manassen and G. Hodes. Solar Energy Materials, 1, 343-355 (1979).
9. Transient Photocurrents and Conversion Losses in Polysulfide-Based Photoelectrochemical Cells. D. Lando, J. Manassen, G. Hodes and D. Cahen.
    J. Am. Chem. Soc., 101, 3969-3971 (1979).
10. Electrocatalytic Electrodes for the Polysulfide Redox System. G. Hodes, J. Manassen and D. Cahen. J. Electrochem. Soc., 127, 544-549 (1980).
11. A Thin-Film Polycrystalline Photoelectrochemical Cell with 8% Solar Conversion Efficiency. G. Hodes. Nature, 285, 29-30 (1980).
12. Photoelectrochemistry of Hydrogenated Amorphous Silicon. Y. Avigal, D. Cahen, T.A.G. Gibson, G. Hodes, J. Manassen and B. Vainas. J. Electrochem. Soc., 127, 1209-1211 (1980).
13. Improved Efficiency of CdSe Photoanodes by Photoelectrochemical Etching. R. Tenne and G. Hodes. Appl. Phys. Letts., 37, 428-430 (1980).
14. Effect of Photoelectrode Crystal Structure on Output Stability of Cd(Se,Te)/Polysulfide Photoelectrochemical Cells. G. Hodes, J. Manassen and D. Cahen.
      J. Am. Chem. Soc., 102, 5962-5964 (1980).
15. Painted, Polycrystalline Thin-Film Photoelectrodes for Photoelectrochemical Solar Cells. G. Hodes, D. Cahen, J. Manassen and M. David. J. Electrochem. Soc., 127, 2252-2254 (1980).
16. Photoelectrochemistry of the CuInS2/S2- System. Y. Mirovsky, D. Cahen, G. Hodes, R. Tenne, and W. Giriat. Sol. En. Mater., 4, 169-177 (1981).
17. Activation Analysis of Forward Biased CdS-Electrolyte Diode. B. Vainas, G. Hodes, J. Manassen and D. Cahen. Appl. Phys. Letts., 38, 458-460 (1981).
18. Photoelectrochemical Cells. J. Manassen, G. Hodes and D. Cahen. ChemTech., 11, 112-117 (1981).
19. Factors Influencing Output Stability of Cd-Chalcogenide/Polysulfide Photoelectrochemical Cells. G. Hodes, J. Manassen and D. Cahen.
      Solar Energy Materials, 4, 373-381 (1981).
20. Effect of Surface Etching and Morphology on the Stability of CdSe/Sx2- Photoelectrochemical Cells. G. Hodes, J. Manassen and D. Cahen. J. Electrochem. Soc., 128, 2325-2330 (1981).
21. A Photocathodic Effect at the CdS-Electrolyte Interface. B. Vainas, G. Hodes and J. Dubow. J. Electroanal. Chem., 130, 391-394 (1981).
22. Electroplated Cadmium Chalcogenide Layers; Characterization and use in Photoelectrochemical Solar Cells. G. Hodes, J. Manassen, S. Neagu, D. Cahen and Y.
      Mirovsky. Thin Solid Films, 90, 433-438 (1982).
23. Photoelectrochemical Solar Cells: Interpretation of Cell Performance Using Electrochemical Determination of Photoelectrode Properties. Y. Mirovsky, R. Tenne, G.
      Hodes and D. Cahen. Thin Solid Films, 91, 349-355 (1982).
24. The Relation Between Performance and Stability of Cd-chalcogenide/Polysulfide Photoelectrochemical Cells: The Effect of Potential. R. Tenne, D. Lando, Y. Mirovsky,
      N. M�ller, J. Manassen, D. Cahen and G. Hodes. J. Electroanal. Chem., 143, 103-112 (1983).
25. Heterojunction Silicon/Indium-Tin Oxide Photoelectrodes. G. Hodes, L. Thompson, J.
      DuBow and K. Rasjeshwar. J. Am. Chem. Soc., 105, 324-330 (1983).
26. Effect of Photoelectrochemical Etching on Charge Collection Efficiency in CdS: An
      Electron Beam Induced Current Study. G. Hodes, D. Cahen and H. Leamy. J. Appl. Phys., 54, 4676-4678 (1983).
27. Cadmium Mixed Chalcogenides and Layers of Cadmium (Mixed) Chalcogenides on Metallic Substrates. G. Hodes, J. Manassen and D. Cahen. Inorganic Syntheses, 22, 80-85 (1983).
28. Selective (Photo)electrochemical Etching of Semiconductor Surfaces. R. Tenne and G. Hodes. Surface Science, 135, 453-478 (1983).
29. The Structure and Composium of the CdSe/Oxidized Ti Interface: An Investigation by Transmission Electron Microscopy and Electron Diffraction. A. Albu-Yaron, D. Cahen
      and G. Hodes. Thin Solid Films, 112, 349-358 (1984).
30. Improved Performance of Cadmium Chalcogenide Photoelectrochemical Cells; Surface Modification using Copper Sulfide. H. Flaisher, R. Tenne and G. Hodes. J. Phys.
      D. 17, 1055-1066 (1984).
31. Electrodeposition of Cu-In-S Layers and their Photoelectrochemical Characterization. R. Bhattacharya, D. Cahen and G. Hodes. Sol. En. Mats., 10, 41-45 (1984).
32. Cathodic Current Photo Enhancement of Mechanically Damaged CdS Electrodes. N. M�ller, G. Hodes and B. Vainas. J. Electroanal. Chem., 172, 155-165 (1984).
33. Photoelectrochemistry at Semiconductor Electrodes and Small Particles: A Comparative Study. G. Hodes and M. Gr�tzel. Nouveau J. de Chimie, 8, 509-520 (1984).
34. Ternary Chalcogenide-Based Photoelectrochemical Cells. III n-CuIn5S8/Aqueous Polysulfide. G. Dagan, S. Endo, G. Hodes, G. Sawatzky and D. Cahen. Sol. En. Mats., 11, 57-74 (1984).
35. Electroplated CuInS(Se)2 Layers; Preparation, Physical and Photovoltaic Characterization. G. Hodes, T. Engelhard, D. Cahen, L.L. Kazmerski and C.R.
      Herrington. Thin Solid Films, 128, 93-106 (1985).
36. High Efficiency n-Cd(Se,Te)/S2- Photoelectrochemical Cell Resulting From Solution Chemistry Control. S. Licht, R. Tenne, G. Dagan, G. Hodes, J. Manassen, D. Cahen,
      R. Triboulet, J. Rioux and C. Levy-Clement. Appl. Phys. Lett. 46, 608-610 (1985).
37. Ternary Chalcogenide-Based Photoelectrochemical Cells. IV. Further Characterization of the n-CuInS2 and n-CuInSe2/Aqueous Polysulfide Systems. D. Cahen, G. Dagan, Y.
      Mirovsky, G. Hodes, W. Giriat and M. Lubke. J. Electrochem. Soc., 132, 1062-1070 (1985).
38. n-Cu-In-Chalcogenide-Based Photoelectrochemical Cells. D. Cahen, G. Dagan, G. Hodes, Y. Mirovsky, Y.W. Chen, J.C.W. Folmer, P.J. Ireland, R. Noufi, J.A. Turner,
      K. J. Bachmann, S. Endo, C. Rincon, G.A. Sawatzky and M. Tomkiewicz. Prog. Crystal Growth and Charact. 10, 263-270 (1985).
39. Electrodeposited Layers of CuInS2. CuIn5S8 andCuInSe2 G. Hodes, T. Engelhard, C.R. Herrington, L.L. Kazmerski and D. Cahen. Prog. Crystal Growth and Charact. 10, 345-351 (1985).
40. Slurry Painted CuInS2 and CuIn5S8 Layers: Preparation and Photoelectro-chemical Characterization. G. Hodes, T. Engelhard, J.A. Turner and D. Cahen. Sol. En. Mats. 12, 211-219 (1985).
41. Recent Progress at the Weizmann Institute in the Photoelectrochemistry of Cadmium Chalcogenides and Cu-In Chalcogenides. G. Hodes. J. Photochem. 29, 243-256 (1985).
42. Photoelectrochemistry of CdSe in Sulfite Electrolyte. R. Tenne and G. Hodes. Ber. Bunsenges. Phys. Chem. 89, 74-78 (1985).
43. The High Aqueous Solubility of K2S and its Effect on Bulk and Photoelectrochemical Characteristics of Cd(Se,Te)/Sx2- - Cells. S. Licht, J. Manassen and G. Hodes.
      J. Electrochem. Soc. 133, 272-277 (1986).
44. Electrodeposition of CuInSe2 and CuInS2 Films. G. Hodes and D. Cahen. Solar Cells 16, 245-254 (1986).
45. Numerical Analysis of Aqueous Polysulfide Solutions and its Application to Cadmium Chalcogenide/Polysulfide Photoelectrochemical Solar Cells. S. Licht, G. Hodes and J.
      Manassen. Inorg. Chem. 25, 2486-2489 (1986).
46. Thermodynamic Stability of II-VI Semiconductor-Polysulfide Photoelectrochemical Systems. G. Hodes and B. Miller. J. Electrochem. Soc. 133, 2177-2180 (1986).
47. Preparation of CuInSe2 and CuInS2 Films by Reactive Annealing in H2Se or H2S. C.D. Lokhande and G. Hodes. Solar Cells 21, 215-224 (1987).
48. A. Light-variation Insensitive High Efficiency Solar Cell. S. Licht, G. Hodes, R. Tenne and J. Manassen. Nature 326, 863-864 (1987).
49. Three-Dimensional Quantum Size Effect in Chemically Deposited Cadmium Selenide Films. G. Hodes, A. Albu-Yaron, F. Decker and P. Motisuke. Phys. Rev. B 36, 4215-4221 (1987).
50. Electrochemical Preparation and Properties of Oxygen Deficient YBa2Cu3O7-x. M. Schwartz, M. Rappaport, G. Hodes and D. Cahen. Physica C 153-155, 1457 (1988).
51. Slurry-Painted Layers of High Tc Cuprate Superconductors T. Engelhard and G. Hodes. Isr. J. of Technology 24, 307-311 (1988).
52. Controlled Room Temperature Reduction of YBa2Cu3O7-x: A Synthetic Route to Metastable Superconducting Phases. M. Schwartz, M. Rappaport, G. Hodes, S. Reich
      and D. Cahen. Mats. Letts. 7, 411-414 (1989).
53. Quantitatively Controlled, Room Temperature Reduction of YBa2Cu3O7-x.by Electrochemical Methods. M. Schwartz, D. Cahen, M. Rappaport and G. Hodes.
      Solid State Ionics 32-33, 1137-1142 (1989).
54. Polyiodide-treated n-WSe2/Au Schottky Junctions. G. Hodes. Appl. Phys. Lett. 54, 2085-2087 (1989).
55. Aggregate Structure in CuBSe2/Mo Films (B=In,Ga): Its Relation to Their Electrical Activity. L. Margulis, G. Hodes, A. Jakubowics and D. Cahen. J. Appl. Phys. 66, 3554-3559 (1989).
56. Room-Temperature, Electrochemical Reduction of YBa2Cu3O7-x: Solid State and Solution Chemical Results. M. Schwartz, Y. Scolnik, M. Rappaport, G. Hodes and D.
      Cahen. J. Mater. Chem. 1, 339-346 (1991)
57. Shallow Donor States Removal via Photoelectrochemical Etching in Cd(Se,Te). E. Galun, G. Hodes, M. Peisach, E. Muranevich and R. Tenne. J. Crystal Growth, 117, 666-671 (1992)
58. Epitaxial Electrodeposition of CdSe Nanocrystals on Gold. Y. Golan, L. Margulis, I. Rubinstein and G. Hodes. Langmuir, 8, 749-752 (1992)
59. WSe2-Based Schottky Junctions: The Effect of Polyiodide Treatment on Junction Behaviour. G. Hodes, E. Watkins, D. Mantell, L.J. Brillson, M. Peisach and A. Wold
      J. Appl. Phys. 71, 5077-5088 (1992).
60. Preparation and Microstructure of WS2 Thin Films. M. Genut, L. Margulis, G. Hodes and R. Tenne. Thin Solid Films. 217, 91-97 (1992).
61. Effect of Substrate on Growth of WS2 Thin Films. M. Genut, L. Margulis, R. Tenne and G. Hodes. Thin Solid Films. 219, 30-36 (1992).
62. Nanocrystalline Photoelectrochemical Cells: A New Concept in Photovoltaic Cells. G. Hodes, I.D.J. Howell and L.M. Peter. J. Electrochem. Soc. 139, 3136-3140 (1992).
63. Polyhedral and Cylindrical Structures of Tungsten Disulphide. R. Tenne, L. Margulis, M. Genut and G. Hodes. Nature 360, 444-415 (1992).
64. Size-Quantized Nanocrystalline Semiconductor Films. G. Hodes. Isr. J. Chem. 33, 95-106 (1993)
65. Cross-Sectional Transmission Electron Microscopy of Thin Film Polycrystalline Semiconductors by Conventional Microtomy. A. Albu-Yaron, A. Frank, G. Hodes and
      R. Noufi. Thin Solid Films, 227, 18-23 (1993).
66. Fullerene-Like Nanocrystals of Tungsten Disulfide. R. Tenne, L. Margulis and G. Hodes. Adv. Mats., 5, 386-388 (1993).
67 Absorption Tail of Low Resistivity CdSexTe1-x: Comparison between Absorption and Quantum Efficiency Measurements. M. Neumann-Spallart, E. Galun, G. Hodes, C.
     Levy-Clement, Y. Marfaing, E. Muranevich and R. Tenne. J. Appl. Phys., 73, 7753-7759 (1993).
68. Quantum Size Effects in the Study of Chemical Solution Deposition Mechanisms of Semiconductor Films. S. Gorer and G. Hodes. J. Phys. Chem. 98, 5338-5346 (1994).
69. Electrodeposited Quantum Dots 2. High Resolution Electron Microscopy of Epitaxial CdSe Nanocrystals on {111} Gold. Y. Golan, L. Margulis, G. Hodes, I.
      Rubinstein and J.L. Hutchison. Surface Science 311, L633-640 (1994).    
70. Highly Oriented WSe2 thin Films Prepared by Selenization of Evaporated WO3. G. Salitra, G. Hodes, E. Klein and R. Tenne. Thin Solid Films 245, 180-185 (1994).
71. Cation Electrolytic Modification of n-WSe2/Aqueous Polyiodide Photoelectrochemistry. S. Licht, N. Myung, R. Tenne and G. Hodes. J. Electrochem. Soc., 142, 840-844 (1995).
72. Chemical Solution Deposition of Lead Selenide Films: A Mechanistic and Structural Study. S. Gorer, A. Albu-Yaron and G. Hodes. Chem. Mater., 7, 1243-1256 (1995).
73. Band Diagram of the Polycrystalline CdS/Cu(In,Ga)Se2 Heterojunction. L. Kronik, L.
      Burstein, M. Leibovitch, Y. Shapira, D. Gal, E. Moons, J. Beier, G. Hodes, D. Cahen,D. Hariskos, R. Klenk and H.-W. Schock. Appl. Phys. Lett., 67, 1405-1407 (1995).
74. Room Temperature Conductance Spectroscopy of CdSe Quantum Dots Using a Modified Scanning Force Microscope. B. Alperson, S.Cohen, I. Rubinstein and G.
      Hodes. Phys. Rev. B, 52, R17017-17020 (1995).
75. Crystallization of Layered Metal-Dichalcogenide Films on Amorphous Substrates. E. Galun, H. Cohen, L. Margulis, A. Vilan, T. Tsirlina, G. Hodes, R. Tenne, M.
      Hershfinkel, W. Jaegermann and K. Ellmer. Appl. Phys. Lett., 67, 3474-3476 (1995).
76. Quantum Size Effects in Chemically-Deposited, Nanocrystalline Lead Selenide Films. S. Gorer, A. Albu-Yaron and G. Hodes. J. Phys. Chem., 99, 16442-16448 (1995).
77. Electrodeposited Quantum Dots 3. On Interfacial Factors Controlling the
      Morphology, Size and Epitaxy. Y. Golan, G. Hodes and I. Rubinstein. J. Phys. Chem., 100, 2220-2228 (1996).
78. Electrodeposited Quantum Dots 4. Epitaxial Short-Range Order in Amorphous Semiconductor Nanostructures.
      Y. Golan, E. Ter-Ovanesyan, Y. Manassen, L. Margulis, G. Hodes, I. Rubinstein, E.G.Bithell and J.L. Hutchison. Surf. Sci., 350, 277-284 (1996).
79. Bulk synthesis of inorganic fullerene-like MS2 (M=Mo,W) from the respective trioxides and the reaction mechanism. Y. Feldman, G.L. Frey, M. Homyonfer, V.
      Lyakhovitskaya, L. Margulis, H. Cohen, G. Hodes, J.L. Hutchison and R. Tenne. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 118, 5362-5367 (1996).
80. Epitaxial Size Control by Mismatch Tuning in Electrodeposited Cd(Se,Te) Quantum Dots on {111} Gold. Y. Golan, J.L. Hutchison, I. Rubinstein and G. Hodes.
      Adv. Mater., 8, 631-633 (1996).
81. Electrochemical Deposition of MoS2 Thin Films by Reduction of  Tetrathiomolybdate. E.A. Ponomarev, M. Neumann-Spallart, G. Hodes and C. Levy-
      Clement. Thin Solid Films, 280, 86-89 (1996)
82. Effect of Air Annealing on the Electronic Properties of CdS/Cu(In,Ga)Se2 Solar Cells. E. Moons, D. Gal, J. Beier, G.Hodes, D. Cahen, L. Kronik, L. Burstein, B. Mishori,
      Y. Shapira, D. Hariskos and H-W. Schock. Sol. En. Mats. Sol. Cells, 43, 73-78 (1996)
83. Crystal Phase Transformation in Sol-Gel Films of Nanocrystalline CdSe and CdS. S. Gorer, G. Hodes, Y. Sorek and R. Reisfeld. Materials Letters, 31, 209-214 (1997).
84. Electrodeposited Quantum Dots. 5. Coherent Nanocrystalline CdSe on Oriented Polycrystalline Au Films. Y. Golan, B. Alperson, J.L. Hutchison, G. Hodes and I.
      Rubinstein. Adv. Mats. 9, 236-238 (1997).
85. Size-Quantization in Electrodeposited CdTe Nanocrystalline Films. Y. Mastai and G. Hodes. J. Phys. Chem. B, 101, 2685-2690 (1997).
86. Intercalation of Inorganic Fullerene-Like Structures Yields Photosensitive Films and
      New Tips for Scanning Probe Microscopy. M. Homyonfer, B. Alperson, Y. Rosenberg, L. Sapir, S.R. Cohen, G. Hodes and R. Tenne. J. Amer. Chem. Soc., 119, 2693-2698 (1997).
87. Electrodeposited Quantum Dots. 6. Epitaxial Size Control in Cd(Se,Te) Nanocrystals On {111} Gold. Y. Golan, A. Hatzor, J.L. Hutchison, I. Rubinstein and G. Hodes.
      Isr. J. Chem., 37, 303-313 (1997). 88. Surface States And Photovoltaic Effects At CdSe Quantum Dot Films. L. Kronik, N.
      Bachrach-Ashkenasy, M. Leibovitch, E. Fefer, Y. Shapira, S. Gorer and G. Hodes.J. Electrochem. Soc., 145, 1748-1755 (1998).
89. Optical Properties of CdSe Nanoparticle Films Prepared by Chemical Deposition and Sol Gel Methods. E. Lifshitz, I. Dag, I. Litvin, G. Hodes, S. Gorer, R. Reisfeld, M.
      Zelner and H. Minti. Chem. Phys. Letts., 288, 188-196 (1998).
90. Synthesis of Semiconductor Quantum Particles in Matrices of Thin Films and Crystals of α,ω−Αlkanedicarboxylate Salts. S. Guo, R. Popovitz-Biro, I. Weissbuch, H.
      Cohen, G. Hodes and M. Lahav. Adv. Mater., 10, 121-125 (1998).
91. Superlattices of Semiconductor Quantum Size Lead Sulfide Particles Prepared by Topotactic Gas-solid Reaction. S. Guo, R. Popovitz-Biro, T. Arad, G. Hodes, L.
      Leiserowitz and M. Lahav. Adv. Mater., 10, 657-661 (1998).
92. Surface properties of precipitated CdS nanoparticles studied by NMR. V. Ladizhansky, G. Hodes and S. Vega., J. Phys. Chem. B, 102, 8505-8509 (1998).
93. Optically Detected Magnetic Resonance (ODMR) study of electron/hole traps on CdSe quantum dot surfaces. E. Lifshitz, I. Dag, I.D. Litvin and G. Hodes,
       J. Phys. Chem. B, 102, 9245-9250 (1998).
94. Size-Quantized CdS Films in Thin Film CuInS2 Solar Cells. Dori Gal, Gary Hodes, Dimitri Hariskos, Dieter Braunger and Hans-Werner Schock,
      Appl. Phys. Lett., 73, 3135-3137 (1998).
95. Sonochemical Hydrolysis of Ga3+Ions: Synthesis of Scroll-like Cylindrical Nanoparticles of Gallium Oxide Hydroxide. S. Avivi, Y. Mastai, G. Hodes and A.
      Gedanken. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 121, 4190-4199 (1999).
96. Electrodeposition of CdS Quantum Dots and their Optoelectronic Characterization by Photoelectrochemical and Scanning Probe Spectroscopies. David Behar, Sidney Cohen,
      Hagai Cohen, Israel Rubinstein and Gary Hodes, Superlattices and Microstructures, 25, 601-613 (1999).
97. Photoelectrochemical Charge Transfer Properties of Electrodeposited CdSe Quantum Dots. Boaz Alperson, Helene Demange, Israel Rubinstein and Gary Hodes.
      J. Phys. Chem. B, 103, 4943-4948 (1999).
98. Room Temperature Sonoelectrochemical Synthesis of MoS2 Fullerene-Like Nanoparticles, Y. Mastai, M. Homyonfer, A. Gedanken and G. Hodes, Adv. Mats., 11, 1010-1013 (1999).
99. Energy Level Tunneling Spectroscopy and Single Electron Charging in Individual CdSe Quantum Dots. Boaz Alperson, Gary Hodes, Israel Rubinstein, Danny Porath & Oded Millo.
      Appl. Phys. Lett., 75, 1751-1753 (1999).
100. Pulsed Sonoelectrochemical Synthesis of Cadmium Selenide Nanoparticles, Y. Mastai , G. Hodes, R. Polsky , Yu. Koltypin and A. Gedanken, J. Am. Chem. Soc.,
       121, 10047-10052 (1999).
101. Bandgap Determination of Semiconductor Powders via Surface Photovoltage
        Spectroscopy, D. Gal, Y. Mastai, G. Hodes and L. Kronik, J. Appl. Phys., 86, 5573-5577 (1999).
102. Electrodeposited Quantum Dots: Metastable Rocksalt CdSe Nanocrystals on {111} Gold Alloys Y. Zhang, G. Hodes, I. Rubinstein, E. Gr�nbaum, R. Nayak, J.L. Hutchison,
        Adv. Mats., 11, 1437-1439 (1999).
103. Electrodeposition of ZnO from nonaqueous solution. D. Gal, G. Hodes, D. Lincot and H.W. Schock, Thin Solid Films, 361-362, 79-83 (2000).
104. Nanocrystal-Size Control of Electrodeposited Nanocrystalline Semiconductor Films by Surface Capping. Y. Mastai, D. Gal and G. Hodes, J. Electrochem. Soc.,
      147, 1435-1439 (2000).
105. Electrochemical deposition of ZnSe and (Zn,Cd)Se films from non-aqueous solutions. Dori Gal and Gary Hodes, J. Electrochem. Soc., 147, 1825-1828 (2000).
106. Solid State NMR study of water binding on the surface of CdS nanoparticles. V. Ladizhansky, G. Hodes and S. Vega, J. Phys. Chem. B, 104, 1939-1943 (2000).
107. Nature of Photovoltaic action in Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells. David Cahen, Gary Hodes Michael Gr�tzel, Jean Fran�ois Guillemoles and Ilan Riess. J. Phys. Chem. B,
        104, 2053-2059 (2000).
108. Deposition of Tellurium Films for Radiative Cooling Devices by Decomposition of Electrochemically-Generated H2Te. T. Engelhard, E.D. Jones, I. Viney, Y. Mastai and
        G. Hodes, Thin Solid Films, 370, 101-105 (2000).
109. Size selected ZnS nanocrystallites: Synthesis, structure and optical studies. J. Nanda, Sameer Sapra, D. D. Sarma, Nirmala Chandrasekharan and Gary Hodes, Chem. Mater.,
       12, 1018-1024 (2000).
110. Stability of CdTe/CdS Thin-Film Solar Cells. K.D. Dobson, I. Visoly-Fisher, G. Hodes and D. Cahen, Sol. En. Mater. Sol. Cells, 62, 295-325 (2000).
111. Electroless Ni and NiTe2 Ohmic Contacts for CdTe/CdS PV cells. O. Rotlevi, K.D. Dobson, D. Rose and G. Hodes, Thin Solid Films, 387, 155-157 (2001).
112. Identification of surface states on individual CdSe quantum dots by room temperature conductance spectroscopy, B. Alperson, I. Rubinstein and G. Hodes. Phys.
        Rev. B, 63, 081303(1-4)(R) (2001).
113. Preparation and surface structure of nanocrystalline cadmium sulfide (sulfoselenide) precipitated from dimethyl sulfoxide solutions. Rivka Elbaum, Shimon Vega and Gary Hodes.
        Chem. Mater., 13, 2272-2280 (2001).
114. Stabilizing CdTe/CdS solar cells with Cu-containing contacts to p-CdTe, K.D. Dobson, I. Visoly-Fisher, G. Hodes and D. Cahen, Adv. Mater., 13, 1495-1499 (2001).
115. Blue emission from cysteine ester passivated cadmium sulfide nanoclusters, S. Sapra, J. Nanda, D.D. Sarma, F. Abed El-Al and G. Hodes, Chem. Commun., 2188-2189 (2001).
116. Formation and Characterization of Electroless-Deposited NiTe2 Back Contacts to CdTe/CdS Thin-Film Solar Cells, K. D. Dobson, O. Rotlevi, D.Rose and G. Hodes, J. Electrochem.
        Soc., 149, G147-152 (2002).
117. Chemical solution deposition of silver halides, G. Hodes and G. Calzaferri, Adv. Funct. Mater. 12, 501-505 (2002)
118. Molecules and Electronic Materials. D. Cahen and G. Hodes, Adv. Mater. 14, 789- 798 (2002).
119. Reversible adsorption-enhanced quantum confinement in semiconductor quantum dots, Shaibal Sarkar, Nirmala Chandrasekharan, Sasha Gorer and Gary Hodes,
        Appl. Phys. Lett. 81, 5045-5047 (2002).
120. The Silver Chloride Photoanode in Photoelectrochemical Water Splitting, D. Sch�rch, A. Currao, S. Sarkar, G. Hodes and G. Calzaferri. J. Phys. Chem. B, 106, 12764-12775 (2002).
121. Structural Effects in the Electrodeposition of CdSe Quantum Dots on Mechanically Strained Gold, I. Ruach-Nir, H. D. Wagner, I. Rubinstein and G. Hodes. Adv. Funct. Mater.
       13, 159-164 (2003).
122. Shape control in electrodeposited, epitaxial CdSe nanocrystals on (111) gold, I. Ruach Nir, Y. Zhang, R. Popovitz-Biro, I. Rubinstein and G. Hodes, J. Phys. Chem. B, 107,
        2174-2179 (2003). 123. Thin Semiconductor Films for Radiative Cooling Application, Y. Mastai, K. D. Dobson and G. Hodes, Sol. En. Mater. Sol. Cells, 80, 283-296 (2003).
124. Factors affecting the stability of CdTe/CdS solar cells, deduced from stress tests at elevated temperature. I. Visoly-Fisher, K.D. Dobson, Jayakrishnan Nair, Erez Bezalel,
        Gary Hodes and David Cahen, Adv. Funct. Mater., 13, 289-299 (2003).
125. Nonaqueous electrodeposition of ZnO and CdO films. R. Jayakrishnan and G. Hodes, Thin Solid Films, 440, 19-25 (2003)
126. Physical Chemical Principles of Photovoltaic Conversion with nanoparticulate, mesoporous dye-sensitized solar cells. J. Bisquiert, G. Hodes, A. Zaban, S. R�hle and D.
         Cahen, J. Phys. Chem. B, 108, 8106-8118 (2004).
127. Nanocrystalline CdSe Formation by Direct Reaction between Cd Ions and Selenosulphate Solution. Shira Yochelis and Gary Hodes, Chem. Mater., 16, 2740-2744 (2004).


BOOKS (edited).

1. Electrochemistry of Nanomaterials, ed. G. Hodes, Wiley-VCH Publishers, (2001).
2. Chemical Solution Deposition of Semiconducting and Non-Metallic FilmS. Eds. D. Lincot and G. Hodes, ECS Proc. Vol. 2003-32 (2006).

BOOK CHAPTERS

1. Photoelectrochemistry of Cadmium- and Other Metal Chalcogenides in Polysulfide
    Electrolytes. G. Hodes. In: Energy Resources Through Photochem. and Catalysis, M. Gr�tzel, ed., Academic Press, pp. 421-465 (1983).
2. Photoelectrochemical Cells Based on Polycrystalline Semiconductors. G. Hodes, S.J. Fonash, A. Heller and B. Miller. In: Adv. in Electrochem. and Electrochem.
    Eng., H. Gerischer, ed., Vol. 13, pp. 113-158, John Wiley & Sons (1984).
3. Electrodeposition of II-VI Semiconductors. G. Hodes. In: Physical Electrochemistry: Principles, Methods, and Applications, Ed. I. Rubinstein, Marcel Dekker Inc., pp. 515-554, (1995).
4. Nanostructure and size quantization in chemical solution deposited semiconductor
    films. S. Gorer and G. Hodes. In: Semiconductor Nanoclusters: Physical, Chemical and Catalytic Aspects, Eds. P.V. Kamat and D. Meisel, Elsevier Scientific, pp. 297-320, (1997).
5. Electrodeposited Quantum Dots: Size Control by Semiconductor-Substrate Lattice Mismatch. G. Hodes, Y. Golan, D. Behar, Y. Zhang, B. Alperson and I. Rubinstein.
     In: Nanoparticles and Nanostructured Films, ed. J.H. Fendler, VCH publishers, pp.1-22, (1998).
6. Electrodeposition of Semiconductor Quantum Dots. G. Hodes, Y. Golan, D. Behar, Y. Zhang, B. Alperson and I. Rubinstein, In CECRI Golden Jubilee Souvenir, p166 (1998).
7. Electrodeposition of semiconductor quantum dot films, G. Hodes and I. Rubinstein, In: Electrochemistry of Nanostructures, ed. G. Hodes, Wiley-VCH Publishers, pp. 25-66 (2001).
8. Dye-sensitized solar cells: principles of operation, D. Cahen, M. Gr�tzel, J.F. Guillemoles and G. Hodes, In: Electrochemistry of Nanostructures, ed. G. Hodes,
    Wiley-VCH Publishers, pp. 201-228 (2001).
9. Electrodeposition of nanocrystalline semiconductor materials, G. Hodes and Y. Mastai, in: Encyclopedia of Electrochemistry, vol. 6, Semiconductor electrodes and
    photoelectrochemistry, Wiley-VCH, ed. S. Licht, 173-185, (2001).


PATENTS

1. Photoelectrochemical Cell. J. Manassen, G. Hodes and D. Cahen. Israel Patent 49147, August 1978; U.S. Patent 4,064,326 (December 1977).
2. Improved System for Utilizing Solar Energy. Y. Avigal, D. Cahen, G. Hodes and J. Manassen. Israel Patent 55477 (August 1, 1982); U.S. Patent 4,526,814 (March 1981);
    S. Africa Patent 80/0559 (January 28, 1981).
3. System of Electrochemical Cells. Y. Avigal, J. Manassen, G. Hodes and D. Cahen. Israel Patent 57109 (August 1, 1982); U.S. Patent 4,288,502 (August 8, 1981).
4. Novel Electrocatalytically Active Electrodes. G. Hodes, J. Manassen and D. Cahen. S. Africa Patent 80/0647 (February 25, 1981).
5. Cd(Se,Te) Alloys as Photovoltaic Materials. G. Hodes, D. Cahen and J. Manassen. U.S. Patent 4,296,188 (October 20, 1981).
6. Process for Preparation of Semiconductor and Semiconductor Photoelectrode. J. Manassen, D. Cahen and G. Hodes. U.S. Patent 4,368,216 (January 11, 1983).
7. Surface Treatment of Semiconductors for Photovoltaic and Photoelectrochemical Applications. G. Hodes, D. Cahen and J. Manassen. U.S. Patent 4,386,142 (May 31, 1983).
8. Electrically Conducting Substrates for Metal Chalcogenides. G. Hodes, J. Manassen and D. Cahen. Israel Patent 58440 (March 1, 1983).
9. Electrolyte Contacts for Semiconductor Surfaces. J. Manassen, D. Cahen and G. Hodes. U.S. Patent 4,315,973 (February 16, 1982).
10. Storage of Electrical Energy with a Tin/Tin-Sulfide Sulfur/Sulfide System. J. Manassen, D. Cahen and G. Hodes. Israel Patent 59925 (January 1, 1984).
      U.S. Patent 4,421,835 (December 20, 1983).
11. Oriented Polycrystalline Thin Films of Transition Metal Chalcogenides. R. Tenne, G. Hodes and L. Margulis. US patent 5,958,358 (28.9.99); European patent 0 580 019, (26.5.99).