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Scientists design a thermochromic window that turns sunlight Into electricity
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27 December 2020
On 27 December 2020 My Modern Met reported:
You may not have heard of the word thermochromic before, but you have probably seen it in action. Materials that are thermochromic have a reaction to change in temperature. It's how transition lenses in eyeglasses can become sunglasses when you venture outside. Recently, important findings from the U.S. Department of Energy's National Renewable Energy Laboratory -- or NREL -- may help the development of thermochromic windows which generate energy while cooling buildings.
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