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Title: Structural, Morphological, Optical and Magnetic Properties of Pure and Transition Metal Doped Cadmium Sulphide Nanofilms at Room Temperature
Researcher: Suresh Kumar
Guide(s): Sharma, Vineet; Sharma, Pankaj
Keywords: Magnetic Properties
Metal Doped Cadmium
Morphological Properties
Optical Properties
Sulphide Nanofilms
Upload Date: 18-Sep-2014
University: Jaypee University of Information Technology, Solan
Completed Date: 05/06/2014
Abstract: The synthesis and characterization of semiconductor films for practical purposes is an important field in materials science research Semiconductor nanofilms exhibit versatile physical and chemical properties in contrast to their bulk counterparts The properties of these films can be tuned simply by controlling deposition parameters and amount of doping The deposition of these films requires a low cost technique that makes the final product more affordable Chemical bath deposition CBD is a low cost, low temperature and large area deposition technique capable of producing good quality semiconductor films newline CdS is an important direct band gap semiconductor material of II VI group Although CdS films are promising building blocks for several scientific devices, various issues have to be addressed to enable their practical applications Fractional transition metal TM doping in CdS films may offer novel spin based characteristics along with the semiconducting nature The work reported in this thesis is concerned with the deposition and characterization of pure CdS The thickness, compositional, structural, morphological, optical and magnetic measurements of the nanofilms have been performed using stylus profilometer, energy dispersive x ray analyzer EDAX, x ray diffraction XRD, transmission electron microscopy TEM, Fourier transform infrared FTIR spectroscopy, scanning electron microscopy SEM, atomic force microscopy AFM, UV Vis NIR spectrophotometer and vibrating sample magnetometer VSM The structural, morphological, optical and magnetic properties of these nanofilms are investigated and the results are systematically discussed
Appears in Departments:Department of Physics and Material Science

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