Optically transparent nanometal composite membranes

The nanoparticles of the metal are produced by the “template” method, where the material is synthesized within the pores of a nanoporous membrane

Colby A. Foss; Gabor L. Hornyak; Jon A. Stockert; Charles R. Martin

2004

Key concepts

Scholarcy highlights

  • Small metal particles embedded in an optically transparent matrix result in a composite material which can be transparent in the infrared and into the visible
  • The nanoparticles of the metal are produced by the “template” method, where the material is synthesized within the pores of a nanoporous membrane

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