Undoped and In-doped films of CdS were deposited at different temperatures by the chemical vapour deposition technique on glass and In-coated (30 nm) glass, respectively. Both kinds of film present a columnar microstructure, low porosity and good adherence to the substrate. The doped films have higher electron mobility values compared with the undoped ones. Shifts in the transmission spectra (Moss-Burstein effect) were observed with increased doping. Small crystals grew over the doped films during the deposition stage, mainly at the higher substrate temperatures.
Chemical Vapour Deposition Substrate Temperature Transmission Spectrum Good Adherence Electron Mobility
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