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Spectrally selective thermal emitter with flat metallic films based on tunneling effect

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Abstract

We proposed and experimentally demonstrated a mechanism to achieve spectrally-selective metallic emitters based on tunneling effect. This effect allows a simple flat metal film to achieve near-unity emissivity with controlled spectral selectivity for efficient heat-to-light energy conversion.

© 2016 Optical Society of America

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