Decorative near-infrared transmission filters featuring high-efficiency and angular-insensitivity employing 1D photonic crystals
Keywordsnear-infrared (NIR)-transmitting filters colored decorations photonic crystals multilayer structures
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The authors would like to thank the National Science Foundation Grant (No. CMMI-1727918) for the partial support of this work. C. G. J. acknowledges the support by Rackham Graduate Student Research Grant from the University of Michigan.
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