Understanding the relationship between the switching properties of TMO materials and their nanostructure is of paramount importance in developing efficient chromogenic devices. The tailoring of these switching behaviors is afforded detailed coverage in this book, alongside in-depth discussion of a range of chromogenic materials and devices, including photochromics, thermochromics, and electrochromics.
Transition Metal Oxide Thin Film-Based Chromogenics and Devices covers both the theoretical aspects of TMO thin film-based chromogenics and their engineering applications in device construction. Academics and professionals in the fields of materials science and optics will find this book to be a key resource, whether their focus is low-dimension materials, light-materials interactions, or device development.
- Enables researchers to keep up with developments in thin film-based chromogenics- Provides detailed coverage of the switching mechanism of the various TMO thin films to assist readers in developing more efficient devices- Offers in-depth discussion of a range of chromogenic materials and devices, including thermochromics, photochromics, and electrochromics
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1. Introduction to Thin Films and Chromogenics 2. Basics of Transition Metal Oxides 3. Electrochromic Thin Films and Devices 4. Thermochromic Thin Films and Devices 5. Photochromic Thin Films and Devices 6. Switchable Photonic Crystals
Professor Pandurang Ashrit is affiliated to the Department of Physics and Astronomy at the Université de Moncton, Canada. He is a named author on 75 documents, many of them dealing with thin films and chromogenic materials, and has patented a technique for chromogenically tuning photonic crystals. In 2013 he was granted an Innovation award for Excellence in Applied Research by the Government of New Brunswick.