Nanoparticle process could make smart windows a reality
from R&D Magazine
More energy efficient smart windows may be on their way. Researchers from the U.S. Department of Energy’s Argonne National Laboratory have developed a new process to synthesize vanadium dioxide nanoparticles that could yield more economical energy-efficient smart windows. “There’s a need to develop a continuous process to rapidly manufacture such nanoparticles in an economical way and to bring it to the market quickly,” Jie Li, an Argonne chemical engineer, said in a statement.
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