12 December 1989 Infrared Properties Of Electrochromic Materials
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Thin films of crystalline LiXWO3 exhibit large increases in infrared reflectance (2-16 μm) on lithium insertion, in keeping with the Drude model of free electron reflectance. Amorphous LixWO3 and weakly crystalline LixV2O5 maintain a high degree of infrared transparency for 0<x<0.5. By contrasting the infrared reflectance of a crystalline LixWO3 film against an absorptive substrate, coatings with variable IR emittance can be obtained. An emittance modulation of 0.25-0.82 in the 8-12 μm region has been obtained with crystalline LixWO3 on glass substrates. The design and electrochromic materials requirements for variable emittance coatings are discussed.
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Stuart F. Cogan, Stuart F. Cogan, R. David Rauh, R. David Rauh, John D. Westwood, John D. Westwood, Douglas I. Plotkin, Douglas I. Plotkin, Rochelle B. Jones, Rochelle B. Jones, } "Infrared Properties Of Electrochromic Materials", Proc. SPIE 1149, Optical Materials Technology for Energy Efficiency and Solar Energy Conversion VIII, (12 December 1989); doi: 10.1117/12.962161; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.962161


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