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Currently, the most widely used technique for antireflection of solar cells is the multilayer interference coating, in which dielectric materials with different refractive indexes are deposited in one dimension.
The effect of antireflection film use on blink rate and asthenopie symptoms during visual display terminal work.
Fabrication of Antireflection and Antifogging Polymer Sheet by Partial Photopolymerization and Dry Etching.
From Figure 3(c) we find that the scattering intensity can be enhanced when the antireflection film has a appropriate thickness.
The family of larger aperture optics consists of two different birefringent crystals - crystalline quartz and magnesium fluoride (MgF2) - each with a highly efficient broadband antireflection coating, in an air-spaced design.
The effect of antireflection film use on blink rate and asthenopic symptoms during visual display terminal work.
The Quinting movement -- specific to the brand only - is made by superposing several thin-toothed discs of sapphire previously metallised and given an antireflection coating.
Curved sapphire glass with antireflection treatment on both sides.
of New York at Albany) to describe the basics of photolithography and immersion lithography before analyzing such processes as resist leaching and water intake, topcoats and resists, immersion defect reduction strategies, antireflection coatings and underlayers, resist shrink and trim, double exposure and double patterning.
An antireflection layer comprises at least one metal oxide and is deposited on the covering layer for the silver layer (Ag3) furthest away from the substrate.
Using computer modeling and a variety of advanced chip-manufacturing techniques, researchers have applied an antireflection coating to the front, and a novel combination of multi-layered reflective coatings and a tightly spaced array of lines to the backs of ultrathin silicon films to boost the cells' output by as much as 50 percent.