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Enhanced Oxidation Stability of VO2 by Coating SiO2 Layer for Smart Window Applications

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SiO2–coated W–VO2(M) nanoparticles were synthesized by a precipitation method and then modified with tetraethylorthosilicate as a precursor using the Stöber process, to enhance oxidation stability. W–VO2(M) nanoparticles were uniformly coated with a SiO2 layer approximately 25 nm in thickness. Based on XRD and DSC characterization, the crystal structure and phase transition temperature of SiO2–coated W–VO2(M) are almost the same as before SiO2 coating. Upon exposure to 80% water vapor pressure at 80 °C, the coated nanoparticles maintain their structure, phase transition temperature, and morphology for a longtime compared to uncoated W–VO2(M) particles, and show improved oxidation stability.

Keywords: CORE–SHELL STRUCTURE; ENERGY EFFICIENCY; OXIDATION STABILITY; PHASE TRANSITION NANOPARTICLE; VANADIUM DIOXIDE

Document Type: Short Communication

Publication date: June 1, 2016

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