Electrochromic Materials and Applications: Proceedings of the International Symposium
Aline Rougier, David Rauh, Gholamabbas Nazri, Electrochemical Society. Energy Technology Division, Electrochemical Society. Sensor Division
The Electrochemical Society, 2003 - Technology & Engineering - 314 pages
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Page 103 - ... also exists in electrochromic films. The coordination of the ions leads to schematic electronic bandstructures which, at least for the (defect) perovskite and rutile lattices, are able to explain the presence or absence of cathodic and anodic electrochromism. 1. Introduction Electrochromic devices are able to change their optical properties in a reversible and persistent manner under the action of a voltage pulse.
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Page 89 - ... variable-transmittance visors for motorcycle helmets. Driving or riding safety requires different transmittance levels for varying lighting conditions, and the properties illustrated in Figs. 9 and 10 are excellent for such uses, as concluded in a recent study . ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Parts of this work were financed by the Swedish Foundation for Strategic Environmental Research and the National Energy Administration of Sweden. EA gratefully acknowledges a scholarship from the University of Costa...