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Year of PublicationTitleAuthor(s)Open Access
2006All solid-state electrochromic devices with gelatin-based electrolyteAvellaneda, César O.; Al-Kahlout, Amal; Heusing, Sabine, et al
2007A contribution to climate protection - electrochromic windows fabricated with the sol-gel technologyHeusing, Sabine
1998Electrochromic properties of Nb2O5 sol-gel coatingsAvellaneda, César O.; Schmitt, Mike; Heusing, Sabine, et al
2006Electrochromism of NiO-TiO2 sol gel layersAl-Kahlout, Amal; Heusing, Sabine; Aegerter, Michel A.
2000Fabrication of large area, curved electrochromic modules for automotive applicationMennig, Martin; Heusing, Sabine; Zapp, Patrick, et al
2006Grey, brown and blue coloring sol-gel electrochromic devicesHeusing, Sabine; Sun, Donglan L.; Otero-Anaya, J., et al
1999Großflächige elektrochrome Scheiben auf der Basis von Sol-Gel TechnikenMennig, Martin; Heusing, Sabine; Munro, Brian, et al
2003Influence of water on the electrochemical properties of (CeO2)x(TiO2)1-x and WO3 sol-gel coatings and electrochromic devicesSun, Donglan L.; Heusing, Sabine; Pütz, Jörg, et al
2009Large area production of optical coatings and devices by the sol-gel processOliveira, Peter William; Quilitz, Mario; Heusing, Sabine, et al
2006Stand der Anwendung der Elektrochromie in der ArchitekturHeusing, Sabine; Aegerter, Michel A.
2009Transparent conductive oxides for coating applicationsQuilitz, Mario; Oliveira, Peter William; Heusing, Sabine, et al
2006Use of an electrochemical quartz crystal micro balance (EQCMB) for the study of electrochromic layersHeusing, Sabine; Sun, Donglan L.; Al-Kahlout, Amal, et al
1999Weiterentwicklung elektrochromer Dünnschichtsysteme auf Glas über naßchemische VerfahrenHeusing, Sabine; Munro, Brian; Koch, Thomas, et al
2000Zur Entwicklung eines großflächigen elektrochromen Displayfensters aus GlasHeusing, Sabine; Niegisch, Nico; Zapp, Patrick, et al