Abstract

A new quasi-symmetric electrochromic device is described for transmission modulation of a switchable window. The calculation technique to design such an electrochromic window for transmission (or reflection) modulation is applied to the (electrode/WO3/electrolyte/WOx/electrode) system. Advantages and limits of such a quasi-symmetrical system are also discussed.

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