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Model for the bleaching of WO3 electrochromic films by an electric field
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5.A chemically deposited film of tin‐indium oxide.
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7.The electronic conductivity is greater than in a heavily colored film.
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9.In region I the proton charge density is time varying and given by the usual SCL current flow expression; i.e., the charge Q in region I is where C is the capacitance, Here A is the area.
10.At when the bleaching voltage is applied, the film is uniformly colored and and During the initial fast transients grows to its value
11.R. S. Crandall, P. J. Wojtowicz, and B. W. Faughnan (unpublished).
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