Copper indium Gallium Telluride films were deposited for the first time by the pulse electro- deposition technique at room temperature and at a constant potential of – 0.75 V(SCE). The films exhibited single phase. Photochemical cells (PEC) were constructed and their load characterisitics were studied.
Thin films, Solar cells, Pulse electrodeposits, 1–III–VI2 semiconductors, and chalcopyrite
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