Some Physical Properties of AgIns2 Films Obtained by Spray-Pyrolysis Technique
Spray-pyrolysis (SP) is one of the methods to obtain semiconducting films. It is the spraying of a solution containing a mixture of the components in the appropriate ratios on to a hot surface. Then pyrolysis takes place and a film starts developing on the substrate. The rate of growth depends mainly on the substrate temperature, the relative concentration of the components and the flow rate of the solution. Atomization is of prime concern in this method in order to obtain a flat surface.
KeywordsSubstrate Temperature Thin Solid Film Orthorhombic Phase Polycrystalline Film Semiconducting Film
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