XeroCoat publishes anti-reflective coating results

Nanostructured anti-reflective (AR) coating maker XeroCoat (see the September 1, 2006 LRNJ) recently published results showing that its 5 nm to 20 nm pore-size, single-layer, silica-based coatings provide an additional 3% (at noon) and 6% (early morning and evening hours) in conversion efficiency fo...

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