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Study on the Growth of Monoclinic VO2 Phase Applicable for Thermochromic Ceramic Tile
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Study on the Growth of Monoclinic VO2 Phase Applicable for Thermochromic Ceramic Tile
Jung, DaeYong; Kim, Ungsoo; Cho, Wooseok;
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 Abstract
Vanadium dioxide () of monoclinic phase exhibits Metal Insulator Phase Transition (MIPT) phenomenon involving a sharp change in electrical and optical properties at . Solution-based process is applied to form uniform coating layer on ceramic tiles. This can selectively block the near-infrared light to possibly reduce the energy loss and prevent dew condensation caused by the temperature difference. Heat treatment conditions including temperature and dwell time were examined to obtain a monoclinic single phase. Both rutile and monoclinic phases were observed from in the tiles post-annealed below . Desired monoclinic single phase was grown in the tiles heat treated at . Nano facets of irregular size were observed in the monoclinic phase involving the phase-transition. Grain growth of monoclinic phase was observed as a function of dwell time at .
 Keywords
Thermochromic;Vanadium oxide;MIPT;Infrared block;Ceramic tile;
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English
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