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Vanadium dioxide (VO(2)) undergoes a reversible metal-insulator transition, normally at approximately 68 degrees C. While the properties of continuous semi-transparent coatings of VO(2) are well known, there is far less information available concerning the potential use of discrete VO(2) nanoparticles as a thermochromic pigment in opaque coatings.(More)
Vanadium dioxide (VO 2) undergoes a reversible metal-insulator transition, normally at ~68˚C. While the properties of continuous semi-transparent coatings of VO 2 are well known, there is far less information available concerning the potential use of discrete VO 2 nanoparticles as a thermochromic pigment in opaque coatings. Individual VO 2 nanoparticles(More)
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