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Vanadium dioxide (VO2) with reversible metal–insulator transition (MIT) is one of the most promising energy-efficient materials. Especially for VO2-based smart windows, the visible transmittance and solar modulation ability are the most critical parameters. However, VO2 thin films that are directly deposited onto glass substrates are of poor crystallinity and MIT performance, limiting the practical applications of VO2/glass heterostructures. In this paper, a buffer layer of Cu50Zr50 wasdoi:10.3390/app8101751 fatcat:de6xly72nrgo3cj5xcphsken6q