1 December 1983 Metal Filled Coloured Stainless Steel as a High Temperature Selective Absorber
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Abstract
Conventional coloured stainless steel selective absorbing surfaces produced by the chemical oxidation of stainless steel in acidic solutions deteriorate at temperatures in excess of 250°C. The as-produced surface is porous and is normally sealed with an oxide of matching refractive index. The paper compared the optical properties of these surfaces with those where the sealing process has been replaced by a metal plating process. Attention has focussed on nickel and palladium filled surfaces. The variation of optical properties with process parameters is described. The thermal stability of conventional coloured stainless steel is compared with the palladium and nickel filled surfaces.
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J. J. Mason, "Metal Filled Coloured Stainless Steel as a High Temperature Selective Absorber", Proc. SPIE 0428, Optical Materials and Process Technology for Energy Efficiency and Solar Applications, (1 December 1983); doi: 10.1117/12.936315; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.936315
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