Elwin, GS and Parkin, IP (2000) Atmospheric-pressure CVD of vanadium oxynitride on glass: Potential solar control coatings. CHEM VAPOR DEPOS , 6 (2) 59 - +.
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A heat-mirror must be a glass-like, thin, conformal coating with good visible light transmission. Various nitrides have been suggested for such coatings as they show excellent IR reflectance and good transparency. However, adventitious oxygen doping of nitride films can be detrimental to layer hardness, conductivity, and diffusion barrier properties. Here is reported for the first time the CVD of vanadium oxynitride layers, with controlled oxygen incorporation, which have potential as heat mirrors.
|Title:||Atmospheric-pressure CVD of vanadium oxynitride on glass: Potential solar control coatings|
|Keywords:||CHEMICAL-VAPOR-DEPOSITION, NITRIDE THIN-FILMS, TITANIUM NITRIDE|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Maths and Physical Sciences > Chemistry|
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