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    STUDIA CHEMIA - Issue no. Special Issue / 2010  
         
  Article:   CHARACTERIZATION OF ITO NANOSCALED LAYERS APPLIED TO THE ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION.

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  Abstract:  The ITO (indium doped SnO2) is an n-type semiconductor material, which belongs to the transparent conductive oxides category (TCO). ITO presents also excellent features, such as good electrical conductivity, high mechanical resistance, antistatic effect, outstanding chemical resistance, optical transparency in the range of visible, protective properties against electromagnetic waves and the capability of reflecting the IR-rays and absorbing solar energy. Another advantage comes from its possibility of covering different materials such as glass, metal or flexible plastics at low temperatures. This paper reports a study regarding the ITO structure and several ITO film properties (electrical conductance, VIS transmittance and anticorrosive stability) when deposited on glass substrates by pyrosol method, next to its application in environmental protection after used as a long life resistant anode for destroying different organic pollutants by electrochemical oxidation.

Keywords: ITO films, characteristics, environmental protection applications 

 
         
     
         
         
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