INFLUENCE OF LASER ENERGY ON CDS NANO PARTIALS PREPARED BY LASER INDUCED PLASMA
In this work ,cadmium sulfide (CdS) thin films deposited on glass substrates using Nd-YAG laser wavelength (1064 nm) laser-induced plasma deposition technique (PLD). The structural, morphology and optical properties of these films have been described as a change in the effect of laser pulse energy ( ). The X-ray diffraction results show that s all samples were polycrystalline hexagonal structure and the crystalline size ghange with increasing of the laser energy. The optical properties results show that the transmittance of all deposited thin films decreases with increasing of laser pulse energy .As a result of the microscopic examination of the surface, it was found that the surface is uniform and the granular size increases with the increase of the laser power.
Keywords: Cadmium Sulfide, Pulsed Laser Deposition, XRD, The Laser Pulse Energy.