High-throughput concept for tailoring switchable mirrors

A. Borgschulte, R.F.A. Gremaud, S.P.J. de Man, R.J. Westerwaal, J.H. Rector, B. Dam, R.P. Griessen

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Abstract

The optical properties, the switching kinetics and the lifetime of hydrogen switchable mirrors based on Mg-Ni alloys are determined with particular regard to the composition of the optically active metal-hydride layer in combination with the thickness of the catalytic capping layer. For this, a high-throughput experiment is introduced. The switching kinetics and the reversibility of switchable mirrors are strongly thickness dependent, though the details hinge on the fine structure of the clustered capping layer. Therefore, the kinetics is correlated with the surface structures of Pd on Mg
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1417-1423
JournalApplied Surface Science
Volume253
Issue number3
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2006

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