Thickness dependent thermal and optical properties of plasma polymerized N-benzylaniline thin films

Rani Nasrin ◽  
Mohammad Jellur Rahman ◽  
A. T. M. K. Jamil ◽  
A. H. Bhuiyan
1983 ◽  
Vol 44 (C10) ◽  
pp. C10-363-C10-366 ◽  
J. Vlieger ◽  
M. M. Wind

2018 ◽  
Vol 23 (3) ◽  
pp. 230-239
E.P. Zaretskaya ◽  
V.F. Gremenok ◽  
A.V. Stanchik ◽  
A.N. Pyatlitski ◽  

2016 ◽  
Vol 12 (3) ◽  
pp. 4394-4399
Sura Ali Noaman ◽  
Rashid Owaid Kadhim ◽  
Saleem Azara Hussain

Tin Oxide and Indium doped Tin Oxide (SnO2:In) thin films were deposited on glass and Silicon  substrates  by  thermal evaporation technique.  X-ray diffraction pattern of  pure SnO2 and SnO2:In thin films annealed at 650oC and the results showed  that the structure have tetragonal phase with preferred orientation in (110) plane. AFM studies showed an inhibition of grain growth with increase in indium concentration. SEM studies of pure  SnO2 and  Indium doped tin oxide (SnO2:In) ) thin films showed that the films with regular distribution of particles and they have spherical shape.  Optical properties such as  Transmission , optical band-gap have been measured and calculated.

2019 ◽  
Vol 7 (1) ◽  
pp. 28

Atefeh Nazari Setayesh ◽  
Hassan Sedghi

Background: In this work, CdS thin films were synthesized by sol-gel method (spin coating technique) on glass substrates to investigate the optical behavior of the film. Methods: Different substrate spin coating speeds of 2400, 3000, 3600 rpm and different Ni dopant concentrations of 0 wt.%, 2.5 wt.%, 5 wt.%) were investigated. The optical properties of thin films such as refraction index, extinction coefficient, dielectric constant and optical band gap energy of the layers were discussed using spectroscopic ellipsometry method in the wavelength range of 300 to 900 nm. Results: It can be deduced that substrate rotation speed and dopant concentration has influenced the optical properties of thin films. By decreasing rotation speed of the substrate which results in films with more thicknesses, more optical interferences were appeared in the results. Conclusion: The samples doped with Ni comparing to pure ones have had more optical band gap energy.

Minakshi Chaudhary ◽  
Yogesh Hase ◽  
Ashwini Punde ◽  
Pratibha Shinde ◽  
Ashish Waghmare ◽  

: Thin films of PbS were prepared onto glass substrates by using a simple and cost effective CBD method. Influence of deposition time on structural, morphology and optical properties have been investigated systematically. The XRD analysis revealed that PbS films are polycrystalline with preferred orientation in (200) direction. Enhancement in crystallinity and PbS crystallite size has been observed with increase in deposition time. Formation of single phase PbS thin films has been further confirmed by Raman spectroscopy. The surface morphology analysis revealed the formation of prismatic and pebble-like PbS particles and with increase in deposition time these PbS particles are separated from each other without secondary growth. The data obtained from the EDX spectra shows the formation of high-quality but slightly sulfur rich PbS thin films over the entire range of deposition time studied. All films show increase in absorption with increase in deposition time and a strong absorption in the visible and sub-band gap regime of NIR range of the spectrum with red shift in band edge. The optical band gap shows decreasing trend, as deposition time increases but it is higher than the band gap of bulk PbS.

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