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Cu K radiation ( = 1.54184 . UV-visible absorption spectra had been conductedNanomaterials 2021, 11, 2844 PEER Critique Nanomaterials
Cu K radiation ( = 1.54184 . UV-visible absorption spectra had been conductedNanomaterials 2021, 11, 2844 PEER Critique Nanomaterials 2021, 11, x FOR3 3 of 11Hillsboro, OR, USA). Electrochemical deposition, cyclic voltammetry was characterized on a Perkin-Elmer spectrometer (Lambda 750). The surface morphology and an impedance prospective test were carried out with an electrochemical workstation G4 UC, CS2350H working with a field-emission scanning electron microscope (SEM) (FEI Helios(CorrtestHillsboro, Bipotentiostat, Wuhan, China). Element compositions of and an impedance prospective test OR, USA). Electrochemical deposition, cyclic voltammetrythe films have been analyzed with energy-dispersive with spectroscopy (EDX) (Bruker, Quantax Q80, Ettlingen, Germany). were carried out X-rayan electrochemical workstation (Corrtest CS2350H Bipotentiostat, Raman spectra have been taken by a Nano Finder 30A (Tokyo Instrument, Inc., Japan) Wuhan, China). Element compositions from the films were analyzed with energy-dispersive equipped with a 532 nm laser. Thickness Q80, Ettlingen, Germany). Raman spectra had been X-ray spectroscopy (EDX) (Bruker, Quantax was measured with a profilometer (AlphaStep D-300, KLA Tencor, Ballston Spa, NY, USA). The present density vs. using a 532 nm laser. taken by a Nano Finder 30A (Tokyo Instrument, Inc., Japan) equipped voltage (J-V) of heterojunction solar cells were measured under 100 mW/cm2 at AM 1.5 illumination (NewThickness was measured using a profilometer (AlphaStep D-300, KLA Tencor, Ballston Spa, port Oriel Sol3A, Irvine, CA, vs. voltage (J-V) of heterojunction solar cells have been measured NY, USA). The present densityUSA). below 100 mW/cm2 at AM 1.5 illumination (Newport Oriel Sol3A, Irvine, CA, USA). three. Final results and Ganciclovir-d5 site Discussion 3. Results and Discussion First of all, we deposited films on ITO substrates and explored the effect of deposition Initially on the crystallization of films. The XRD patterns of precursor films are shown in prospective of all, we deposited films on ITO substrates and explored the impact of deposition potential on the crystallization of films. Thethe ITO substrates is usually observed, indicating Figure 1, and only the diffraction peaks of XRD patterns of precursor films are shown in Figure 1, filmsonly amorphous. As deposition ITO substrates is usually observed, indicating that the and are the diffraction peaks of your potential increases from -1.0 to -1.three V, the that the filmsfilm amorphous. As deposition possible increases from -1.0 to suppressed. amorphous are becomes thicker since the substrate-ascribed peaks are -1.three V, the amorphous film becomesis consistent with the report of R. Henriquez et al., and related The amorphous nature thicker because the substrate-ascribed peaks are suppressed. The amorphous nature isin reports using the 2report of R. Henriquez et al., and related that we results also appear consistent with Na S2O3 as a sulfur source [17,18,24]. Note benefits also seem there had been bubbles2onO3 as a sulfur supply [17,18,24]. Note that we located that discovered that in reports working with Na S2 the sample and that they Azvudine supplier attached to the film when the there have been bubbles on the larger than -1.1 V, which may be the film by the the deposition deposition potential was sample and that they attached to triggered when hydrogen evopotential was larger than -1.1 V,Accordingly, we choseby the hydrogen evolution reaction lution reaction from the electrode. which may possibly be brought on -1.0 V because the optimized deposition on the electrode. Accordingly, we c.