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Low temperature deposition of indium tin oxide films by plasma ion-assisted evaporation

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ITO films are suitable to achieve transparent and conductive thin films for a multiplicity of applications. Electrical and optical properties of ITO films prepared by plasma ion-assisted deposition at low substrate temperatures will be presented.

© 2007 Optical Society of America

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