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Beda
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 30, 2006 8:50 am    Post subject: Re: Looking for some TCO (transparent conducting oxide) Reply with quote

Dear Chris,

I'm looking for FTO because I'm interested to see how TiO2 interacts
with this substrate and if it adsorbs on its suface
(grains-nanocristals) any F from the conductive substrate. I already
use In(III)SnOx glass but I'm wondering if I find any factory producing
FTO (I knew that prof. Graetzel in Swiss used them fot its famous study
on photovoltaic cell working on TiO2).
besides this I study how TiO2 mineralizes some organic substances under
UV-VIS irradiation and how its photocatalytic activity changes if doped
with various elements.

So please, any of you know where I can found some FTO? please!?

thanks to all again

beda

cschmidt@gmail.com wrote:
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Beda,

There are several good TCO's (transparant conductive oxides) that can
be deposited onto glass - is there a reason you need FTO instead of
another TCO? More readily available are indium-tin oxide and
zinc-aluminum oxide which have superior conductivity and transparancy
for a given thickness, and they're fairly easy to obtain.

I'm curious about your question regarding "degradation ability of
TiO2". What property of TiO2 are you looking to investigate?

Chris

Beda wrote:
Dear friend and chemist,

I'm looking for a factory - industry which produces FTO (fluorinated
tin oxide) glass.
Please, can any of you suggest me a link or a society where I can order
these glasses?
My aim is to create a thin film by spin coating on this glass and I
need it to be conductive and transparent. I use it to check degradation
ability of TiO2.

thanks a lot to you all.

I wait for an answer.

Beda
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cschmidt@gmail.com
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 24, 2006 5:49 pm    Post subject: Re: Looking for some TCO (transparent conducting oxide) Reply with quote

Beda,

There are several good TCO's (transparant conductive oxides) that can
be deposited onto glass - is there a reason you need FTO instead of
another TCO? More readily available are indium-tin oxide and
zinc-aluminum oxide which have superior conductivity and transparancy
for a given thickness, and they're fairly easy to obtain.

I'm curious about your question regarding "degradation ability of
TiO2". What property of TiO2 are you looking to investigate?

Chris

Beda wrote:
Quote:
Dear friend and chemist,

I'm looking for a factory - industry which produces FTO (fluorinated
tin oxide) glass.
Please, can any of you suggest me a link or a society where I can order
these glasses?
My aim is to create a thin film by spin coating on this glass and I
need it to be conductive and transparent. I use it to check degradation
ability of TiO2.

thanks a lot to you all.

I wait for an answer.

Beda
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Beda
science forum beginner


Joined: 24 Feb 2006
Posts: 7

PostPosted: Wed Jun 14, 2006 4:16 pm    Post subject: Looking for some TCO (transparent conducting oxide) Reply with quote

Dear friend and chemist,

I'm looking for a factory - industry which produces FTO (fluorinated
tin oxide) glass.
Please, can any of you suggest me a link or a society where I can order
these glasses?
My aim is to create a thin film by spin coating on this glass and I
need it to be conductive and transparent. I use it to check degradation
ability of TiO2.

thanks a lot to you all.

I wait for an answer.

Beda
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