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Constructing Spray Pyrolysis System for the Preparation of Thin Films and Study the Optical Properties of PbO Films

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In this paper, the design of spray pyrolysis system to prepare thin films of various materials system. The study showed that films prepared with good characteristics. films were prepared from lead oxide PbO this way. The study of the optical properties of these films and through recording the absorbance spectrum and transmittance spectrum of films prepared in the wavelength range (300-1100) nm . Optical constant for thin films prepared such as absorption coefficient, the extinction coefficient , the refractive index and the optical energy gap was calculated as well. films prepared found that it has a direct energy gap value 3.1eV.

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International Letters of Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy (Volume 53)
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146-153
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N. B. Hasan and M. A. Mohammed, "Constructing Spray Pyrolysis System for the Preparation of Thin Films and Study the Optical Properties of PbO Films", International Letters of Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy, Vol. 53, pp. 146-153, 2015
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