Thin nanostructured films of lead sulfide-based CdxPb1–xS solid solutions, strongly supersaturated with respect to the substituting component, were prepared by hydrochemical deposition from ammonia-citrate, ethylenediamine-citrate, and ethylenediamine reaction mixtures onto glass-ceramic substrates. The structure, composition, and morphology of the resulting films were examined. An interesting feature of the synthesis was revealed, a distinct correlation between the linear dimensions of the crystallites constituting the films and the cadmium sulfide content therein: the higher cadmium sulfide content, the smaller were the crystallites.
Russian Journal of General Chemistry – Springer Journals
Published: Mar 15, 2018
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