Preparation of Zinc-Sulfide Thin Films in the Presence of Sodium Tartrate as a complexing agent

Anuar, Kassim and Zainal, Zulkarnain and Nagalingam, Saravanan and N., Asikin (2008) Preparation of Zinc-Sulfide Thin Films in the Presence of Sodium Tartrate as a complexing agent. Materials Science, 44 (2). pp. 290-293.

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The article offers information on the experiment done for the electrodeposition of zinc-sulfide (ZnS) thin films on the titanium substrate in the presence of sodium tartrate as a complexing agent. It states that the electrodeposition process has several advantages such as the possibility for large-scale production and minimum waste of components. It mentions that depositions were carried out by varying the deposition potential to determine the optimal conditions of deposition of ZnS thin films

Item Type:Article
Keyword:zinc sulfide,thin films,solar energy
Faculty or Institute:Faculty of Science
DOI Number:10.1007/s11003-008-9074-2
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Deposited By: Najwani Amir Sariffudin
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