12 November 1987 Improved Colored State Reflectivity In Lithiated WO3 Films
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Abstract
Polycrystalline W03 films have been prepared which exhibit high near infrared reflectance (≈69% at 2.5μm wavelength) when lithiated. This is a significant increase in near infrared reflectance over what has been previously reported for lithiated W03. The films also exhibit a decrease in the Drude scattering parameter and a reversible structure change to higher symmetry (monoclinic to cubic) with increased lithiation. The results are consistent with models previously reported; and both the possibility of further imprvement and its significance for smart windowTM glass glass will be discussed.
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R. B. Goldner, R. B. Goldner, G. Seward, G. Seward, K. Wong, K. Wong, G. Berera, G. Berera, T. Haas, T. Haas, P. Norton, P. Norton, } "Improved Colored State Reflectivity In Lithiated WO3 Films", Proc. SPIE 0823, Optical Materials Technology for Energy Efficiency and Solar Energy Conversion VI, (12 November 1987); doi: 10.1117/12.941874; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.941874
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