I would like to make some conductive, transparent, glass by somehow applying a thin layer of something [SnO2] to one side of a glass plate. I have seen this set of instructions, http://www.teralab.co.uk/Experiments/Conductive_Glass/Conductive_Glass_Page1.htm Which describes heating some Tin (II) Chloride on a sheet of glass with a hot plate which vaporizes the power and deposits a layer of SnO2 on the glass surface. Although the procedure looks simple enough, the idea of having Tin vapor does not sound very appealing to me. It probably would be far easier to simply buy the glass from a manufacturer, but I have only found a small number of suppliers who sell it, and it is not very easy to get a price quote. My goal is the build a photovoltaic cell similar to the one described here, http://www.solideas.com/solrcell/english.html One of the critical components is conductive glass; I should be able to handle all the other materials.