Posts Tagged ‘ mid-infrared thermal emittance ’

Hydrogel Glass Windows Let in More Light, Less Heat

Sep 8th, 2022

Researchers at Wuhan University in China seek to develop hydrogel glass that will keep buildings and living spaces cooler, without the loss of visibility to the outdoors. According to a research article published in the journal Frontiers of Optoelectronics and titled Broadband Light Management in Hydrogel Glass for Energy Efficient Windows that Proposes Designing Hydrogel […]