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Two-step fabrication of NaxWO3 thin film via oxygen-vacancy-induced effect for energy efficient applications

Two-step fabrication of NaxWO3 thin film via oxygen-vacancy-induced effect for energy efficient applications
Ping Jin, Huaijuan Zhou, Xun Cao, Yao Yang, Rong Li, Shanhu Bao, Yunchuan Xin, Shidong Ji
Developing solar modulation materials such as alkali tungsten bronzes with high-performance and low-cost fabrication is extremely important for energy-saving project applications in our modern lives.

Publisher URL: http://feeds.rsc.org/~r/rss/CE/~3/_PzFmqN9J5c/C7CE00896A

DOI: 2017/CE/C7CE00896A

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