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Reflecting material to reduce heat loads

Engineers at Stanford University reported that they have invented a mirror-like material capable, not only of reflecting 97% of sunlight thus reducing incoming heat, but also radiating heat outside of the buildings.
Engineers at Stanford University reported in the journal Nature that they have invented a mirror-like material capable, not only of reflecting 97% of sunlight thus reducing incoming heat, but also radiating heat outside of the buildings in the form of infrared radiation. The result is cooler buildin...

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