Morphology control of zinc oxide films via polysaccharide-mediated, low temperature, chemical bath deposition

@inproceedings{Waltz2015MorphologyCO,
  title={Morphology control of zinc oxide films via polysaccharide-mediated, low temperature, chemical bath deposition},
  author={Florian Waltz and Heinz Schwarz and Andreas M. Schneider and Stefanie I. Eiden and Paul W. Behrens},
  booktitle={Beilstein journal of nanotechnology},
  year={2015}
}
In this study we present a three-step process for the low-temperature chemical bath deposition of crystalline ZnO films on glass substrates. The process consists of a seeding step followed by two chemical bath deposition steps. In the second step (the first of the two bath deposition steps), a natural polysaccharide, namely hyaluronic acid, is used to manipulate the morphology of the films. Previous experiments revealed a strong influence of this polysaccharide on the formation of zinc oxide… CONTINUE READING

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