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Taking thin films to the extreme - Eureka! Science News
Taking thin films to the extreme Eureka! Science News Applying a well-known optical phenomenon called thin-film interference, a group of researchers at Harvard University has demonstrated the ability to "paint" ultra-thin coatings onto a rough surface -- work that holds promise for making future, flexible ... and more »
source Google | Published on October 01, 2014

Faculty Highlight: Michael Rubner - MIT News
Faculty Highlight: Michael Rubner MIT News The group developed thin films to control water on surfaces, mimicking the way lotus and other plants shed water from their leaves. “We published a paper many years back on superhydrophobicity. Superhydrophobic surfaces, where water droplets just roll ...
source Google | Published on October 01, 2014

What makes a window efficient? - Orangeville Banner
What makes a window efficient? Orangeville Banner SIDEBAR. Visit our Profile Page. Orangeville Banner. We all know we benefit from energy efficient windows and we have all heard the terms argon filled, low E coatings and Energy Star but do we really know what that means?
source Google | Published on October 01, 2014

Analyzing Thin Films with the UV-2600 and 5 Degree Relative Specular ... - Azom.com
Azom.com Analyzing Thin Films with the UV-2600 and 5 Degree Relative Specular ... Azom.com The role of thin films in solar cells and electronics is significant. They are also applied over eyeglasses to minimize glare (anit-reflection (AR) coatings) or to improve light transmission through the lenses. Since AR coatings are gaining traction ...
source Google | Published on September 30, 2014

Layering rough surfaces with nanometer-thin optical interference coatings ... - Phys.Org
Phys.Org Layering rough surfaces with nanometer-thin optical interference coatings ... Phys.Org Traditionally, thin films needed to be transparent and no thinner than roughly one-quarter of the wavelength of light – 600 nm – to exhibit interference colors. This is due to the phase shifts, or changes in optical path length, which occur as a result ...
source Google | Published on September 30, 2014

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Have you ever wondered how SVC selects a site for the annual Technical Conference and Exhibit? Selecting a site for the annual SVC TechCon is a most difficult task that relates directly to the success of the SVC TechCon. There are three groups of stakeholders that make up the SVC and each has specific criteria that make the TechCon site work for them. Learn more by reading the article from the SVC 2010 Summer Bulletin entitled, SVC TechCon Site Selection: A Multi-Faceted “Process” Read more >>

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