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Carden, P.O. (1977) Energy corradiation using the reversible ammonia reaction, Solar Energy, 19, 365-378. {Sets out the main features of a solar/ammonia system using distributed collectors. Many later papers elaborate on details and similar systems, e.g. Luzzi, A. and Lovegrove, K. (1997) A solar thermochemical power plant using ammonia as an attractive option for greenhouse gas abatement, Energy, 22, 317-325.} Goel, N., Miraball, S., Ingley, H.A. and Goswami, D.Y. (2003) Hydrogen Production, Advances in Solar Energy, 15, 405-451. {Emphasis on production by renewable energy; includes cost estimates.} Yergin, D. (1992) The Prize: the Epic Quest for Our Money and Power, Simon and Schuster. {This book won the Pulitzer Prize for non-fiction in 1992 for its authoritative reporting and comment} Wald, M.L. (2004) Questions about a hydrogen economy, Scientific American, 290,

42-48. {Looks at 'wells to wheels' energy analysis.} Any of the many textbooks on physical chemistry will give a thermodynamic analysis of the heat release in chemical reactions, e.g. Atkins, P.W. and de Paul, J. (2002), Atkins' Physical Chemistry, Oxford UP.

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