Hydrogel glass: a novel glass design for energy saving in buildings

Energy use in buildings contributes to over 40% of the world’s total energy consumption, of which lighting and space cooling make up a significant proportion. Traditional glass windows have been used for centuries; however, they are not energy-efficient. In the summer, the near-infrared sunlight transmitted through windows produces undesired heating, and the high reflection of mid-infrared limits heat rejection from the building.

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