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Atmospheric pressure chemical vapour deposition of tin(II) sulfide films on glass substrates from (Bu3SnO2CCF3)-Sn-n with hydrogen sulfide

Price, LS; Parkin, IP; Field, MN; Hardy, AME; Clark, RJH; Hibbert, TG; Molloy, KC; (2000) Atmospheric pressure chemical vapour deposition of tin(II) sulfide films on glass substrates from (Bu3SnO2CCF3)-Sn-n with hydrogen sulfide. J MATER CHEM , 10 (2) 527 - 530.

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Abstract

In a search for a mild, rapid, moderately low temperature route to the deposition of thin films of tin(II) sulfide (SnS) on glass, we have investigated the APCVD reaction of tri-n-butyltin trifluoroacetate with hydrogen sulfide at 350-600 degrees C under nitrogen. The films deposited over a 15 min period were shown to be SnS by X-ray diffraction, Raman microscopy, EDAX, SEM and XPS. The conditions established are attractive for the large scale, rapid production of tin(II) sulfide films.

Type:Article
Title:Atmospheric pressure chemical vapour deposition of tin(II) sulfide films on glass substrates from (Bu3SnO2CCF3)-Sn-n with hydrogen sulfide
Keywords:RAY PHOTOELECTRON-SPECTROSCOPY, TIN SULFIDE, THIN-FILMS, PRECURSORS, SELENIDE, SNS, CHALCOGENIDES, CHEMISTRY
UCL classification:UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Maths and Physical Sciences > Chemistry

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