The Influence of Tin Oxide Doping on Structural and Optical Properties of (Bi2O3) Thin Films

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Abdullah Mahmood Hussein
Wlla Mohffod Mohammed
Sabri Jassim Mohammed

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          In this research, the powder mixing technology has been used to control the ratio of added, where the addition of tin oxide to the bismuth oxide of by (1,3,5,7)% by using vacuum evaporation method. The range of thickness for thin films (40-100)nm . EDX analysis shows the results of the ratios were close to the required values. XRD analysis shows pure bismuth oxide crystalline of the tetragonal phase (β-Bi2O3), observed that the structural properties improves with addition (1)% and the composition of a triangular compound (Bi64SnO98), and with addition (5)% we have a new triple compound (Bi12SnO20). By increasing the impurities, the structural properties become close from random, the tin oxide begins with bismuth oxide separation. AFM measurement shows the thin films surface a pekes like (nano needle) and the grain size rises to (20.2-22 nm). In the case of increased impurities, the surface becomes smooth, and the nano needle decrease with grain size . The optical properties showed a rise in the value of the optical power gap (2.6-3)eV and directly allowed transitions are simply increasing from (3.3-3.5) eV, and directly forbidden  transitions are simply increasing to from (2.48-2.73) eV.

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A. M. Hussein, W. M. Mohammed, and S. J. Mohammed, “The Influence of Tin Oxide Doping on Structural and Optical Properties of (Bi2O3) Thin Films”, JUBPAS, vol. 26, no. 9, pp. 97-106, Dec. 2018.
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