Thin Film semiconductors were created through the methods of electrochemistry to produce a copper, indium and sulfur metal alloy that could be placed on a stainless steel substrate. We observed other properties regarding the relative indium to copper relationships and both the macro and micro structure of the final product. X-‐ray diffraction, SEM imaging, and atomic absorption spectroscopy data suggest a relatively intact metal alloy, but also an inaccurate ratio of indium to copper.
"Deposition and Analysis of Copper Indium Disulfide for Photovoltaic Applications,"
Macalester Journal of Physics and Astronomy: Vol. 1
, Article 16.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.macalester.edu/mjpa/vol1/iss1/16