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Colored Coatings on Glass Based on Noble Metal Colloids

  • M. Mennig
  • M. Schmitt
  • C. Fink-Straube
  • H. Schmidt

Abstract

It is known from the Drude theory [1] that the color shown by nano-sized metal particles in a dielectric matrix is due to a surface plasmon resonance effect of the conductive electrons, which leads to a selective absorbance in the visible spectrum. The molar coefficient of the absorbance is in the range of 105 to 106 1/mole cm, which makes metal colloids very interesting and efficient dyes to obtain colored sol-gel coatings with thickness around 1 urn. Furthermore their extremely high UV and thermal stability are favorable for practical applications.

Keywords

Surface Plasmon Resonance Effect Half Band Width Propyl Trimethoxy Silane Si02 Coating Propyl Triethoxy Silane 
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  • M. Mennig
  • M. Schmitt
  • C. Fink-Straube
  • H. Schmidt

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