The main role of thermal annealing in controlling the structural and optical properties of ITO thin film layer

@article{Ahmed2021TheMR,
  title={The main role of thermal annealing in controlling the structural and optical properties of ITO thin film layer},
  author={Moustafa Ahmed and Ahmed Bakry and Ammar Qasem and Hamed Dalir},
  journal={Optical Materials},
  year={2021},
  volume={113},
  pages={110866}
}
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