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Journal of the Korean Ceramic Society 2005;42(6): 399.
doi: https://doi.org/10.4191/kcers.2005.42.6.399
실리카 콜로이드 나노입자를 이용한 반사 방지막의 제조 (II)
서울산업대학교 신소재공학과
High-Transmittance Films Coated from Silica Colloidal Nano-Particles (II)
Yeon Hwang
Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Seoul National University of Technology
Anti-reflection film was coated by using spherical silica nano colloidal particles and fumed silica particles. Silica colloid sol was reserved between two inclined slide glasses by capillary force, and particles were stacked to form a film onto the substrate as the upper glass was sliding. The deposition processes were studied to enhance the wavelength dependency of the light transmittance and to control the effective refractive index of the film. Both of the spherical and fumed silica particles showed an enhancement of $4.0-4.4%$ in light transmittance by one step coating. The dependence of the transmittance on wavelength was largely improved at the longer wavelength by partial coating of fumed particles on the film of spherical particles. The effective refractive index of the film was controlled by removing latex particles that were co-deposited with silica particles. Using this process the light reflectance from one side of the glass substrate could be reduced from $4.2%$ to $0.6%$ although zero reflectance was not achieved due to the agglomeration of the latex particles.
Key words: High-transmittance film, Silica nano-colloid, Particle coating, Effective refractive index
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