Tag: thin films

The Influence of pH on the Properties of SILAR Deposited Cobalt Selenide Films

The following concerning ancient culture tier adsorption and backlash plan (SILAR) has happened secondhand for the tumor of differing types of thin films. Because of this arrangement has various benefits to a degree cheap, natural method, can control film width and depressed hotness result. In this work, twofold compound in the way that sky selenide […]

Comprehensive Characterization of Nitrogen-Doped Zinc Oxide Thin Films Produced by Metalorganic Chemical Vapour Deposition (MOCVD)

This study proposed to produce nitrogen drugged metallic mineral group of chemical elements thin films from a inexpensive and surely reproducible forerunner. This was in consideration of support an active link for the result of nitrogen drugged metallic mineral group of chemical elements thin films that will suit for differing concerning details uses.The raw fabrics […]

Metal Oxide Thin Films Used as Solar Absorbers: Review

Metal oxide materials are gaining popularity due to their remarkable physical, optical, and electrical qualities. Laser devices, supercapacitors, solar cells, biosensors, biomedicine, photo catalysis, and luminous materials are just a few of the uses for these thin films. Many scientists have documented the synthesis of metal oxide films utilising various deposition processes such as physical […]

Experimental Analysis of SnS:Cu Thin Films Obtained by USP for their Implementation in Solar Cells Simulated by SCAPS

The ultrasonic spray pyrolysis (USP) process was used to make thin films of tin sulphide (SnS) doped with copper (SnS:Cu). Doping concentrations “y” (y = [Cu]/[Sn]) of 0 (no doping sample), 2, 5, and 10% have been proposed. The structural, morphological, chemical, optical, and electrical characteristics of the thin films were investigated utilising a variety […]

Experimental Investigation of FTIR Absorbance Versus Deposition Temperature of Vapour-Deposited Zinc Oxide Thin Films| Chapter 2 | Research Trends and Challenges in Physical Science Vol.8

 At temperatures of 330°C, 360°C, 390°C, and 420°C, zinc oxide thin films were formed on soda-lime glass substrates using the metalorganic chemical vapour deposition (MOCVD) method using zinc acetate as the precursor. Compressed air was used as the carrier gas, with a flow rate of 2.5 dm3 per minute. The depositions lasted two hours each […]

Assessment of Room Temperature Multiferroicity in PbPd0.3Ti0.7O3 Thin Films

Several researchers have been active in the discovery of improved oxide materials with multiferroic characteristics at room temperature for multifunctional applications over the last few of decades. Our goal in this book chapter is to look at how palladium doped PbPd0.3Ti0.7O3 (PT-Pd) single phase room temperature multiferroic thin films develop and are characterised. Shalini et […]

Study on Preparation and Characterization of Subsurface Silver Particulate Films on Polymer Blends of Polystyrene/Poly (2-Vinyl pyridine) /Poly (Vinylpyrollidone)/Poly (4-Vinyl pyridine)

In the last few decades, polymer nanocomposites have been an enormously growing topic of research for producing materials. When a little amount of nanosized particles is added to a polymer matrix, the polymer nanocomposite improves dramatically. Inorganic solid nanoparticles (usually in the shape of fibres, flakes, spheres, or tiny particles) improve the physical, structural, and […]

Determination of Optical Characterization of the CdZnSe2xTe2(1-x) Thin Films Deposited by Spray Pyrolysis Method

The spray pyrolysis process, which is easy, affordable, and economical at 300o C substrate temperature, was used to create CdZnSe2xTe2(1-x) thin films on large substrate areas (glass plates) for diverse composition parameters ‘x’. The main goal of this research is to characterise thin films by measuring optical properties such as absorption (A), transmittance (T), reflectance […]

Supramolecular Luminescence from Oligofluorenol-Based Supramolecular Polymer Semiconductors: Experimental Investigation

Intermolecular forces cause supramolecular luminescence, which is caused by non-covalent exciton behaviours of active -segments in supramolecular entities or aggregates. Suzuki coupling as a supramolecular semiconductor was used to produce a -conjugated oligofluorenol with self-complementary double hydrogen bonds. Concentration-dependent nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) and dynamic light scattering were used to confirm terfluorenol-based random supramolecular polymers […]

Influence the Laser Pulse Energy on the Electrical Properties of Cu2O Nanoparticles Prepared by Laser Induce Plasma

Copper oxide films (Cu2O) were produced in vacuum using laser ablation with a Nd:YAG laser with a wavelength of 1064 nm. The electrical characteristics of nanoparticles were studied as a function of laser pulse energy ranging from 600 to 900 mJ and annealing temperatures of (473,573 and 673)k. The electrical mobility, carrier concentration, conductivity, and […]

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