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Mg–Ti–H thin films for smart solar collectors
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FIG. 1.

(Color online) (a) Reflection spectra measured on Pd films with , 0.80, and 0.70 in the as-prepared (metallic) and hydrogenated states ( at room temperature). (b) Transmission spectra measured on the same films in the hydrogenated state. In the metallic state the transmission is below the detection limit of the spectrometer.

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FIG. 2.

(Color online) (a) Absorption spectra calculated for a Pd film; the thickness of the Mg–Ti–H layer is varied between 30 and . (b) Absorption spectra measured for a Pd film in the as-prepared and hydrogenated states ( at room temperature). (c) Spectrum of the solar radiation at atmospheric mass (AM) of 1.5 shown together with the blackbody radiation at . Both are in arbitrary units.

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FIG. 3.

(Color online) (a) Reflection at measured on Pd films with and ; the first two cycles are shown. Hydrogen is introduced in the system at , 730, and ; the start of the dehydrogenation period is indicated by the two arrows; loading is done with 5% in Ar flow and unloading with 20% in Ar flow. (b) Same measurements as in (a) but for more cycles.


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Scitation: Mg–Ti–H thin films for smart solar collectors