Formation of cadmium sulfide (CdS) nanofilm on a Cd(OH)2/SiO2 precursor layer View Full Text


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2010-12

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A. S. Vorokh, N. S. Kozhevnikova, A. A. Rempel, A. Magerl

ABSTRACT

Dense thin nanostructured films of cadmium sulfide CdS obtained by chemical deposition from aqueous solutions are strongly bound to a substrate due to the formation of cadmium hydroxide Cd(OH)2 in the system. By X-ray reflectometry and grazing incidence diffraction it is found that at the beginning of the deposition a dense Cd(OH)2/SiO2 layer is produced on the surface of a silicon or glass substrate. This layer is formed through the atomic-layer adsorption of crystalline 1–3 nm thick Cd(OH)2 film by the oxygencontaining substrate surface. During sulfidation of this cadmium-containing substrate layer, a surface nucleation layer of CdS/Cd(OH)2/SiO2 forms, which provides the growth, denseness, and strong adhesion to the substrate of nanostructured CdS film with a disordered structure. According to the obtained experimental data, a “hydroxide scheme” of film deposition is confirmed and refined, and the stages of CdS nanofilm formation are determined. More... »

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1170-1175

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