Abstract

We experimentally demonstrate a thermal emitter comprising sapphire and a vanadium dioxide thin film, which exhibits large negative differential emittance: over a temperature range of > 10 °C, the thermal emittance decreases by over 10%.

© 2013 Optical Society of America

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