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Materials Challenges: Inorganic Photovoltaic Solar Energy by Stuart J C Irvine, Laurie Peter, Heinz Frei, Ferdi Schüth, Tim S. Zhao, Chiara Candelise, Vincent Barrioz, Hari Reehal, Tim Coutts, Ken Durose, David Lane, Ian Forbes, Tom Markvart, Owain Clark, James Connolly, Stuart Boden, Lefteris Danos, Denis Mencarag