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Vernardou, D,Louloudakis, D,Katsarakis, N,Koudoumas, E,Kazadojev, II,O'Brien, S,Pemble, ME,Povey, IM
2015
December
Solar Energy Materials And Solar Cells
Electrochemical evaluation of vanadium pentoxide coatings grown by AACVD
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Aerosol assisted chemical vapour deposition Monoclinic vanadium pentoxide Growth period Electrochemical characteristics CHEMICAL-VAPOR-DEPOSITION OXIDE THIN-FILMS IMPROVED ELECTROCHROMIC PERFORMANCE LITHIUM INTERCALATION SPRAY-PYROLYSIS DEVICES
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The aerosol assisted chemical vapor deposition of monoclinic vanadium pentoxide coatings was performed on fluorine doped tin dioxide coated glass substrates using vanadyl(IV) acetylacetonate at 400 degrees C for a range of growth periods. It was observed that the sample grown for 1 h presented the best electrochemical response in terms of the highest charge storage (30 mC cm(-2)) and the difference in transmittance in the visible and near-infrared spectral regions (27% at 650 nm and 17% at 900 nm) with a fast response time (12s for coloration and 10 s for bleaching). The importance of achieving samples with (2 0 0) preferred orientation for the improvement of electrochromic performance is highlighted. (C) 2014 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
10.1016/j.solmat.2014.12.002
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