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Generating Color from Polydisperse, Near Micron-Sized TiO2 Particles

Title
Generating Color from Polydisperse, Near Micron-Sized TiO2 Particles
Authors
Alam, Al-MahmnurBaek, KyungnaeSon, JieunPei, Yi-RongKim, Dong HaChoy, Jin-HoHyun, Jerome K.
Ewha Authors
현가담
SCOPUS Author ID
현가담scopus
Issue Date
2017
Journal Title
ACS APPLIED MATERIALS & INTERFACES
ISSN
1944-8244JCR Link
Citation
vol. 9, no. 28, pp. 23941 - 23948
Keywords
TiO2 particlesMie scatteringrefractive index sensorspolydispersitycolor generation
Publisher
AMER CHEMICAL SOC
Indexed
SCI; SCIE; SCOPUS WOS scopus
Abstract
Single particle Mie calculations of near micron sized TiO2 particles predict strong light scattering dominating the visible range that would give rise to a white appearance. We demonstrate that a polydisperse collection of these "white" particles can result in the generation of visible colors through ensemble scattering. The weighted averaging of the scattering over the particle size distribution modifies the sharp, multiple, high order scattering modes from individual particles into broad variations in the collective extinction. These extinction variations are apparent as visible colors for particles suspended in organic solvent at low concentration, or for a monolayer of particles supported on a transparent substrate viewed in front of a white light source. We further exploit the color variations on optical sensitivity to the surrounding environment to promote micron-sized. TiO2 particles as stable and robust agents for detecting the optical index of homogeneous media with high contrast sensitivities. Such distribution-modulated scattering properties provide TiO2 particles an intriguing opportunity to impart color and optical sensitivity to their widespread electronic and chemical platforms such as antibacterial windows, catalysis, photocatalysis, optical sensors, and photovoltaics.
DOI
10.1021/acsami.7b05312
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