High Heat Resistance of the Structural Coloration of Colloidal Arrays with Inorganic Black Additives

ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces Volume 14 Issue 25 Page 29324-29330 published_at 2022-06-21
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Title ( eng )
High Heat Resistance of the Structural Coloration of Colloidal Arrays with Inorganic Black Additives
Creator
Yamanaka Takahiro
Takeoka Yukikazu
Masui Toshiyuki
Source Title
ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces
Volume 14
Issue 25
Start Page 29324
End Page 29330
Abstract
Structurally colored materials consisting of arrays of submicrometer-sized particles have drawn a great deal of attention because of their advantages, including low cost, low impact on human health as well as the environment, and resistance to fading. However, their low thermal stability is considered to be a critical issue for their practical use as colorants. Black-colored substances that can absorb the white color are added to colloidal array-type structurally colored materials to enhance their chromaticity. The poor thermal stability of commonly used black coloring additives, carbon black and Fe3O4 nanoparticles, is a main factor that reduces the heat resistance of structural coloration. Here, we demonstrate the preparation of structurally colored materials with extraordinarily high heat resistance of coloration, up to 900 °C. Several metal oxides, i.e., calcium manganese-based oxide (CCMO), chromium–iron–cobalt–nickel oxide (CFCNO), and lanthanum manganite (LMO), are synthesized and employed as black additives for structurally colored coatings prepared by the electrophoretic deposition of spherical silica particles. When CCMO is used as a black additive, the coloration heat resistance of the film is stable up to 700 °C. On the other hand, the films maintain vivid structural colors after exposure to 900 °C temperatures when CFCNO and LMO are employed as black additives. On the basis of this finding, high heat resistance of structural colors requires both heat resistance of the black additives and nonreactivity with the components of the spherical particles used for colloidal arrays.
Keywords
structural color
environmentally friendly colorants
thermal stability
black metal oxides
electrophoretic deposition
Descriptions
This work was supported by JSPS KAKENHI (Grant Numbers JP18K19132, JP18H01709, JP19H04699, JP19K05668, and JP20H02439).
Language
eng
Resource Type journal article
Publisher
American Chemical Society
Date of Issued 2022-06-21
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[ISSN] 1944-8244
[ISSN] 1944-8252
[DOI] 10.1021/acsami.2c08649
[DOI] https://doi.org/10.1021/acsami.2c08649
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