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  1. Designing better paint with a simple model that tracks light absorption and scattering
  2. The importance of surface finish to energy performance
  3. AZO/Ag/AZO anode for resonant cavity red, blue, and yellow organic light emitting diodes
  4. Is enhanced radiative cooling of solar cell modules worth pursuing?
  5. Nanophotonics-enabled smart windows, buildings and wearables
  6. Plasmonic response in nanoporous metal: dependence on network topology
  7. Optical properties of refractory TiN, AlN and (Ti,Al)N coatings
  8. A Subambient Open Roof Surface under the Mid-Summer Sun
  9. A method to measure total atmospheric long-wave down-welling radiation using a low cost infrared thermometer tilted to the vertical
  10. Procedure for measuring simultaneously the solar and visible properties of glazing with complex internal or external structures
  11. Optimized multilayer indium-free electrodes for organic photovoltaics
  12. Discharge amplified photo-emission from ultra-thin films applied to tuning work function of transparent electrodes in organic opto-electronic devices
  13. A critical hurdle to widespread use of polymer based luminescent solar concentrators
  14. Modes of interaction between nanostructured metal and a conducting mirror as a function of separation and incident polarization
  15. Polymeric mesh for durable infra-red transparent convection shields: Applications in cool roofs and sky cooling
  16. The insulator to correlated metal phase transition in molybdenum oxides
  17. Multi-parameter sensitivity analysis: A design methodology applied to energy efficiency in temperate climate houses
  18. Green nanophotonics
  19. Optimized cool roofs: Integrating albedo and thermal emittance with R-value
  20. Green nanotechnology
  21. Evolution of plasmonic response in growing silver thin films with pre-percolation non-local conduction and emittance drop
  22. Surface reflectance and conversion efficiency dependence of technologies for mitigating global warming
  23. Absorption tails and extinction in luminescent solar concentrators
  24. Green Nanotechnology: Solutions for Sustainability and Energy in the Built Environment
  25. Commentary: Environmental nanophotonics and energy
  26. Green Nanotechnology
  27. Metal nanoparticle plasmonics inside reflecting metal films
  28. Optimized infra-red spectral response of surfaces for sub-ambient sky cooling as a function of humidity and operating temperature
  29. Radiative Heat Pumping from the Earth Using Surface Phonon Resonant Nanoparticles
  30. Perylene dye photodegradation due to ketones and singlet oxygen
  31. Metal-in-metal localized surface plasmon resonance
  32. Amplified radiative cooling via optimised combinations of aperture geometry and spectral emittance profiles of surfaces and the atmosphere
  33. Angular selectivity: impact on optimised coatings for night sky radiative cooling
  34. Comparisons of enhanced absorption in closely-coupled grating-mirror and random particle-mirror systems
  35. Front Matter: Volume 7404
  36. The preparation of a plasmonically resonant VO2thermochromic pigment
  37. Guest Editorial: Nanostructured Thin Films
  38. Frequency and percolation dependence of the observed phase transition in nanostructured and doped VO2 thin films
  39. Percolation in nanoporous gold and the principle of universality for two-dimensional to hyperdimensional networks
  40. Frequency and percolation dependence of the observed phase transition in nanostructured and doped VO 2 thin films
  41. Front Matter: Volume 7041
  42. Rectangular-section mirror light pipes
  43. Five layer narrow band position variable filters for sharp colours and ultra low emittance
  44. Temperature dependence of optical and transport properties in VO2 with high temperature anomalies
  45. Dual metal–insulator and insulator–insulator switching in nanoscale and Al doped VO2
  46. Nanoporous plasmonic coatings
  47. Optical and electrical switching in nanostructured coatings of VO 2
  48. Front Matter: Volume 6647
  49. Simplified BRDF of a Non-Lambertian Diffuse Surface
  50. Bulk and surface plasmons in highly nanoporous gold films
  51. Mesoporous gold sponge as a prototype ‘metamaterial’
  52. Homogenized Lorentz–Drude optical response in highly nanoporous conducting gold layers produced by de-alloying
  53. Metal-insulator nanocomposites which act optically like homogeneous conductors
  54. Nanograin VO2 in the metal phase: a plasmonic system with falling dc resistivity as temperature rises
  55. Lighting simulations using smoothed LED profiles compared with measured profiles
  56. Monte Carlo ray-tracing in particle-doped light guides
  57. Nanoscale coatings of AuAlx and PtAlx and their mesoporous elemental derivatives
  58. Tuning plasma frequency for improved solar control glazing using mesoporous nanostructures
  59. Hotspots in cylindrical mirror light pipes: description and removal
  60. Optical properties and applications to production of plasmonic thin film nanostructures of self-ordered columnar alumina arrays on glass
  61. Effective optical constants of nanostructured thin silver films and impact of an insulator coating
  62. Evaluation of the limits of resonance tunability in metallic nanoshells with a spectral averaging method
  63. Tuning the surface-plasmon resonance in nanoparticles for glazing applications
  64. Optical properties of mesoporous gold films
  65. Directional and angle-resolved optical scattering of high-performance translucent polymer sheets for energy-efficient lighting and skylights
  66. Plasmonic heating of gold nanoparticles and its exploitation
  67. Internal Electric Field Densities of Metal Nanoshells
  68. Optical response in nanostructured thin metal films with dielectric over-layers
  69. Uniform white light distribution with low loss from colored LEDs using polymer-doped polymer mixing rods
  70. Angle-dependent light scattering in materials with controlled diffuse solar optical properties
  71. Experimental and Monte Carlo analysis of isotropic multiple Mie scattering
  72. Materials and systems for efficient lighting and delivery of daylight
  73. Optimisation of a three-colour luminescent solar concentrator daylighting system
  74. Field profiles for spherical conductive nanoparticles and metallic-shell/dielectric-core nanocomposites
  75. Optical response of nanostructured metal/dielectric composites and multilayers
  76. Energy-efficient coatings in the NanohouseTM Initiative
  77. Double Effective Medium Model for the Optical Properties of Self-Assembled Gold Nanoparticle Films Cross-Linked with Alkane Dithiols
  78. Colour mixing LEDs with short microsphere doped acrylic rods
  79. Maximising the light output of a Luminescent Solar Concentrator
  80. Light trapping in translucent samples and its effect on the hemispherical transmittance obtained by an integrating sphere
  81. Optical properties of dense self-assembled gold nanoparticle layers with organic linker molecules
  82. Coloured paints based on coated flakes of metal as the pigment, for enhanced solar reflectance and cooler interiors: description and theory
  83. Coloured paints based on iron oxide and silicon oxide coated flakes of aluminium as the pigment, for energy efficient paint: optical and thermal experiments
  84. Dilute LaB6 nanoparticles in polymer as optimized clear solar control glazing
  85. Coupled multipolar interactions in clusters of nanoparticles with metal shells
  86. Nanostructured thin films: a critical review
  87. Novel high-performance scattering materials for use in energy-saving light fittings and skylights based on polymer pigmented with polymer
  88. Plasmon-mediated visible and near-infrared transmission through sub-30-nm holes in metal films: potential in solar energy applications
  89. Near infra-red radiation squeezing through 20 nm voids in obliquely deposited metal films
  90. A new type of TiN coating combining broad band visible transparency and solar control
  91. Optical characterisation of materials and systems for daylighting
  92. Plasma deposition of tribological and optical thin film materials with a filtered cathodic arc source
  93. Ellipsometric studies of nanocomposite cermets
  94. Normal mode analysis of optical polarisation response in nanocomposite particles
  95. Thin film angular selective glazing
  96. Large refractive index and interparticle-interaction-induced nonlinear modulation in densely doped composite materials
  97. The mechanical and structural properties of Ti films prepared by filtered arc deposition
  98. Spectral switching of the preferred transmission direction in absorbing anisotropic composites
  99. Vagov, Radchik, and Smith Reply
  100. New effective medium models and their applications
  101. The Polarisability of Cylinder Arrays in Two Dimensions
  102. Daylighting enhancement with light pipes coupled to laser-cut light-deflecting panels
  103. Optical properties of a pair of spheres: comparison of different theories
  104. Cylindrical mirror light pipes
  105. Polarization and resonant absorption in intersecting cylinders and spheres
  106. Optical response of arrays of spheres from the theory of hypercomplex variables
  107. Polarization of intersecting particles
  108. In situ deposition of high Tc materials using vacuum arc ablation with macroparticle filter
  109. The polarizability of chains of touching cylinder pairs
  110. Quasistatic optical response of pairs of touching spheres with arbitrary dielectric permeability
  111. Erratum: Quasistatic optical response of separate, touching, and intersecting cylinder pairs
  112. Quasistatic optical response of separate, touching, and intersecting cylinder pairs
  113. Cathodic arc ablation as a new method of high-Tc superconductor deposition
  114. Simple computer‐controlled potentiostat for the characterization of electrochromic films
  115. A model for the optical response of obliquely deposited thin films
  116. Cermets for angular selective transmittance
  117. Anomalous voltage-current characteristics in the sputtering of YBaCuO
  118. Useful angular selectivity in oblique columnar aluminum
  119. Aspects of annealing and free surface crystallization of YBCO thin films
  120. Spatial variations in the stoichiometry of sputtered YBaCuO thin films: theory and experiment
  121. Phase slippage in a magnetic field at intra- and intergranular Josephson junctions in high-Tc superconductors
  122. Angular Selective Window Coatings: Theory And Experiment
  123. Temperature, field and grain size dependence of flux pinning in high Tc superconductors
  124. Effective medium theory and angular dispersion of optical constants in films with oblique columnar structure
  125. High resolution studies of columnar growth in obliquely deposited metal films on glass
  126. Properties of powders deposited by silane/hydrogen and silane/methane plasmas
  127. Angular‐selective optical properties of Cr films made by oblique‐angle evaporation
  128. Optical properties of chemically ordereda‐Si1−xCx: H alloys
  129. Electron energy‐loss study of bonding in amorphous silicon‐carbon alloy films prepared with hydrogen dilution
  130. Electron-diffraction study of chemical ordering in glow-dischargea-Si1−xCx:H
  131. Photoresponse in amorphous semiconductors as dark conductivity varies
  132. Blood Flow Assessment With Magnetic Resonance Imaging
  133. Noble-metal-based transparent infrared-reflectors
  134. Steady-state photoconductivity in a-Si:H prepared by d.c. magnetron methods
  135. Analysis of carbon content and distribution in a-Si1−xCx:H films by resonant scattering
  136. Depth profiles of hydrogen and oxygen in hydrogenated amorphous silicon thin films
  137. Noble‐metal‐based transparent infrared reflectors: Experiments and theoretical analyses for very thin gold films
  138. Noble-metal-based transparent infrared-reflectors : Preparation and analysis of thin gold films.
  139. Very thin gold films produced with ion plating for improved transparent infrared reflectors
  140. DC magnetron glow discharge amorphous silicon
  141. An immersion coated molybdenum based selective absorber
  142. Depth profiles and microtopology
  143. Ranking solar absorber structural parameters in terms of impact on performance and stability
  144. An introduction and overview of two studies of substrate influence on selective absorber structure and stability
  145. The substrate impact on the structure and thermal stability of solar selective black chrome
  146. High Resolution Large Area Modular Array Of Reflectors (LAMAR) Wolter Type I X-Ray Telescope For Spacelab
  147. Surface composition of solar selective black chrome films as determined by SIMS
  148. High flux photochemical changes in Black Chrome solar absorbing coatings
  149. Photodesorption studies of CO and CO2 from the solar absorber black chrome
  150. Black chromium-molybdenum: A new stable solar absorber
  151. A new transient temperature emissometer
  152. Solar selective black cobalt: preparation, structure, and thermal stability
  153. The relative merits of black cobalt and black chrome as high temperature selective absorbers
  154. Refinement of solar absorbing black chrome microstructure and its relationship to optical degradation mechanisms
  155. The scope of effective medium theory for fine metal particle solar absorbers
  156. Calorimetric emissivities for solar-selective coatings on flat sheet
  157. The effect of a self consistent effective ambient temperature on collector efficiency parameters
  158. The unusual and useful optical properties of electrodeposited chrome-black films
  159. Dielectric constants for mixed media
  160. The critical concentration for magnetic order in solid solutions of UO2with Th02and Zr02
  161. Magnetization of nearly magnetic dilute alloys
  162. The high temperature properties of transition metal alloys