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Coating glass rods with indium-tin oxide


(2000)

I am interested in coating glass rods with indium-tin oxide in order to eventually have an impedance of about 1 Megohm/meter for application in electron spectroscopy.

Any hints for technical procedures or alternatives in terms of powder to be used is welcome.

With kind regards

Siegbert Hagmann
GSI - Darmstadt, Germany


(2000)

The method you could use is called spray pyrolysis. It is a relatively simple method that uses a small spray booth and a hot solution. There are several expired patents from 1960s onward related to solar cells and window glass that will help for details.

Mandar Sunthankar
- Fort Collins, Colorado



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