OPTICAL PROPERTIES OF THIN Au - Cr FILMS AND THEIR APPLICATION TO SOLAR ENERGY CONVERSION.

N. Fuschillo, B. Lalevic, W. Slusark, Alan Delahoy

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Abstract

Opaque Au and Au - Cr films were produced by rf triode sputtering onto a glass substrate at 150 degree C. Cosputtering of Au and Cr films has extended the solubility limits of Cr in Au from 19 at. % Cr to 48 at. % Cr. Electron microscopy showed polycrystallinity in the entire solubility range and electron microprobe analysis confirmed compositional uniformity of films. Reflectance and transmittance data for very thin Au and Au - Cr films are used to calculate the figures of merit for the heat mirror type solar - thermal energy collector design.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages84-87
Number of pages4
StatePublished - Jan 1 1974
EventUnknown conference - Anaheim, Calif
Duration: Oct 8 1974Oct 11 1974

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OtherUnknown conference
CityAnaheim, Calif
Period10/8/7410/11/74

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Engineering(all)

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Fuschillo, N., Lalevic, B., Slusark, W., & Delahoy, A. (1974). OPTICAL PROPERTIES OF THIN Au - Cr FILMS AND THEIR APPLICATION TO SOLAR ENERGY CONVERSION.. 84-87. Paper presented at Unknown conference, Anaheim, Calif, .