Abstract

DC-magnetron sputtered Ni(93%)V(7%) has been studied with the purpose of using it as infrared reflector and corrosion-protection in solar selective absorbers. The sputtering process has been optimized regarding applied power and argon gas pressure.

© 2001 Optical Society of America

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