Browse Publications Technical Papers 2002-01-0011
2002-03-04

Neodymium Oxide Doped Windshields 2002-01-0011

Windshields have remained unchanged for the past several decades. Meanwhile, the problem of headlight glare is getting worse with the advent of the brighter headlights. A novel approach is presented in this paper by doping the windshield glass with Neodymium Oxide, a rare earth compound, to filter out the excess yellow (0.362 Kgs/sq. meter) maximizes glare reduction while minimizing the amount of Neodymium Oxide necessary.

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