Issue Date: October 13, 2014
Tin Sulfide Films From Solution
Owing to its low cost and potentially useful electronic properties, tin sulfide is a promising candidate for applications such as photovoltaic devices. Yet the semiconductor remains largely sidelined because methods used for making high-quality tin sulfide films, such as atomic layer deposition and thermal and electron beam evaporation, are laborious and costly. A team led by Richard L. Brutchey of the University of Southern California and Nathan . . .
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