Indium tin oxide - thickness question


by johng23
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Apr12-11, 05:36 PM
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I read that the thickness of an ITO film affects performance as a trade off between transparency and conductivity. How thick can ITO be and still remain reasonably transparent to visible light? I found a couple papers which characterize the transmittance but only out to 500 nm or so. Could it be a couple microns thick and still transmit most visible light (400 or 800 nm wavelength)?
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johng23
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Apr13-11, 12:29 AM
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Forget that - could anyone tell me which deposition method would be suitable for depositing a 5-10 micron film? Or even 15?


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