Communication: Anodic electroprecipitation has been used to deposit thin films of cobalt oxide onto transparent, conducting glass substrates. The electrochromic effect, a reversible color change promoted by an electrochemical reaction, is demonstrated in the films making them of interest, as with WO3, V2O5 and other transition-metal oxides, for application in dynamic, optically controlled devices.
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