Possibility of obtaining mesoporous silicon dioxide antireflection coatings with low refractive index (1.20–1.277) by using additions of poly(propylene glycols) with various molecular masses in a sol-gel process was examined. It was demonstrated that the optimal concentration of poly(propylene glycols) in the sol, at which a sol-gel process followed by heating of a sample yields a transparent film with a maximum light transmission of 98.3–99.0%, depends on the average molecular mass of the additive.
Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry – Springer Journals
Published: Jul 25, 2009
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