CENTRO DE TECNOLOGIA DE RECURSOS MINERALES Y CERAMICA
Unidad Ejecutora - UE
Comparative analysis of TiO2 layers grown by pulsed laser deposition at atmospheric pressure and pyrolitic nebulization
M. GAMBA; M.R.TEJERINA; F. C. ALVIRA; L. PONCE CABRERA
ÓPTICA PURA Y APLICADA
SOCIEDAD ESPAÑOLA DE ÓPTICA
Año: 2018 vol. 5 p. 50301 - 50307
TiO2 layers and nanolayers are widely studied due to its technological applications. This material could be used in solar cells, transmission, emission or selective reflection, among other applications. In this paper, we show a characterization of layers of TiO2 grown by two different methods, Pulsed LaserDeposition (PLD) at atmospheric pressure and spray pyrolysis (SP). The samples were characterized by SEM, EDS, AFM, XRD and Raman Spectrometry.