High-Efficiency Omnidirectional Broadband Light-Management Coating Using the Hierarchical Ordered-Disordered Nanostructures with Ultra-Mechanochemical Resistance
ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces
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High-efficient light-management nanostructures are critical to various optical applications. However, in practical implementation, these structures have been limited by the need to resist mechanical abrasion, erosion, chemical exposure, ultraviolet radiation, and performance deterioration by dust accumulation. To address these critical technological gaps, we herein report a conceptually different approach, employing a hierarchical nanostructure embedded with multilayer LightScribe-etched graphene, capable of omnidirectional broadband light management with both high optical transparency... (see abstract in article).
Durability; LightScribe-etched graphene; Multifunctionality; Omnidirectional light management; Ordered−disordered nanostructures
Applied Mechanics | Mechanical Engineering
High-Efficiency Omnidirectional Broadband Light-Management Coating Using the Hierarchical Ordered-Disordered Nanostructures with Ultra-Mechanochemical Resistance.
ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces, 11(13),