Mg2Si is the new black: introducing a black silicide with >95% average absorption at 200-1800 nm wavelengths

@article{Shevlyagin2022Mg2SiIT,
  title={Mg2Si is the new black: introducing a black silicide with >95\% average absorption at 200-1800 nm wavelengths},
  author={Alexander V. Shevlyagin and V.M. Il’yaschenko and Aleksandr A. Kuchmizhak and Eugeny Mitsai and Alexander Sergeev and Andrey S. Gerasimenko and Anton K. Gutakovskii},
  journal={Applied Surface Science},
  year={2022}
}

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