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e·lec·tro·chro·mic

 (ĭ-lĕk′trō-krō′mĭk)
adj.
Of or relating to a substance that changes color or transparency when subjected to charged electrodes, as in the liquid crystal display of many calculators.

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Some of the key players operating in the industry are Gentex Corporation, GlasNovations Ltd., Heliotrope Technologies, Inc., Pleotint LLC, Ravenbrick LLC, Research Frontiers Inc., SAGE Electrochromics, Inc., Scienstry, Stellaris Corp, Vista Window Co LLC., ChromoGenics AB, Diamond Glass Limited, EControl-Glas, Gesimat GmbH, Hitachi Chemical and Polytronix Inc.
Linkopings univeristet and applied research institute RISE (formerly Acreo) have a long history of research and development in printable electrochromics dating back to the 1980's.
Continued research and development have also led to many potential applications of titanium dioxide nanomaterials in areas including photovoltaic, photocatalysis, electrochromics, and sensors.
Depending on the number and the nature of the layers combined and the particle size distribution, different grades can be produced having different optical properties (Opacity) or performances such as dispersability, processability, or durability [30], Since its commercial production in the early twentieth century, titanium dioxide has been widely used as a pigment and in sunscreens, paints, ointments, toothpaste and more [31, 32], Also more recent researches on titanium dioxide, have led to many promising applications in areas ranging from photovoltaics and photocatalysis to photo/ electrochromics and sensors [33-36].
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Whittingham, "Layered vanadium and molybdenum oxides: batteries and electrochromics," Journal of Materials Chemistry, vol.
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The nickel oxide nanoparticles (NiONP) have diverse applications including uses in electrochromics preparation, making of films, p-type transparent conducting films, and synthesis of magnetic materials, gas sensors, catalysts, battery cathodes, and solid oxide fuel cell anodes [8].
Thus Ti[O.sub.2] is useful in applications such as photocatalyst [1], dye sensitized solar cells [2], chemical sensors [3-5], electrochromics [6], and electronic devices [7].
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