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Compensative Electrochromic Device Utilizing Electro-deposited Plasmonic Silver Nanoparticles and Manganese Oxide to Achieve Retention of Chromatic Color (Supporting Information)

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posted on 01.04.2022, 07:47 authored by Shunsuke KIMURA, Hikaru WAKATSUKI, Kazuki NAKAMURA, Norihisa KOBAYASHI
Silver deposition-based electrochromic (EC) device enabled various optical states by using either the electrodeposition of silver thin films or silver nanoparticles on an indium tin oxide electrode. These optical states, including chromatic colors such as cyan, magenta, yellow, and green, are based on absorption by the localized surface plasmon resonance of silver nanoparticles. However, an ideal counter-reaction material that does not affect the color representation by silver nanoparticles and does not dissolve the deposited silver has not been reported. To achieve both color retention and chromatic color representation, MnO2 was utilized as the counter electrode material. The EC properties of the novel device with the MnO2 counter electrode were investigated in terms of charge density and its ability to change color. The novel EC device achieved both representations of chromatic color and retained its color without power supply.

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Silver Electrodeposition Based Full-Color Electrochromic Device with Control of Plasmonic Absorption of Silver Nanodeposit

Japan Society for the Promotion of Science

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High-performance metal deposition type plasmonic EC element that enables multicolor development and out-of-visible control

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Japan Science and Technology Agency

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koban@faculty.chiba-u.jp

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