Transmission through an Electrochromic Window based on Polyaniline, Tungsten Oxide and a Solid Polymer Electrolyte
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Original versionSolid State Ionics. 1992, 661-665. 10.1016/B978-0-444-89354-3.50091-X
An electrochromic window was fabricated by combining polyaniline and tungsten oxide with a solid polymer electrolyte binding the two electrochromic materials together. Polyaniline and tungsten oxide were deposited electrochemically on indium-tin-oxide glass plates. By applying a voltage of ± 2 V, the transmission spectra for the electrochromic window show good light modulation in the 400-900 nm wavelength region, e.g. from 16 to 86% at 800 nm.