Abstract

This paper discusses the spectrally selective properties of Ag-Na<sub>3</sub>AlF<sub>6</sub> multilayer plasmonic nanocomposites formed on glass, quartz, and polymer substrates during thermal evaporation in vacuum. It is demonstrated that they can be used as a basis for creating broad-band optical coatings characterized by strong absorption of electromagnetic radiation in the visible region and low reflectance in the absorption region.

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