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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: On The Chlorine Content In Chemically Sprayed Tin Oxide Films: A Quantitative Analysis
Author: Chambouleyron I.
Constantino C.
Fantini M.
Farias M.
Abstract: SIMS and AES analyses have been performed on tin oxide films grown by the chemical spray method at temperatures ranging from 260 to 490°C. Compositional analysis shows that non-intentional chlorine doping is always present to an amount that strongly depends on reaction temperature. This effect was quantified and explained in terms of a competitive process between chlorine adsorption and chlorine volatilization during the incomplete hydrolysis reaction. The presence of hydrogen into the films as well as OH groups was detected albeit not quantified. © 1983.
Rights: fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1016/0165-1633(83)90036-9
Date Issue: 1983
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