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Cadmium Sulphide (CdS) thin films have been prepared on ultrasonicated glass substrates using a specially designed chemical bath deposition technique via isochronal synthesis. The structural properties have been determined through XRD. The nanostructures have been identified in FE-SEM images. The chemical analysis has been carried out through EDAX. Optical analysis and PL studies were carried out on these films. The growth conditions and the characterization results exhibit strong dependence on the pH of the precursor solution as well as the temperature of the bath. Cu doping has been employed on the tailored films to make them low resistive and efficient for window layer applications.
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