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Identification of point defects in tin dioxide: Experimental and theoretical approach

Abstract

Thermoluminescence (TL) glow curves of polycrystalline tin dioxide samples exhibit three main peaks below room temperature. Their relative intensities depend on experimental conditions. Especially, they are modified by aluminum doping or by wet air exposition. In SnO2, we suggest that ionised oxygen vacancies and hydroxyl groups are responsible for thermoluminescence. This assumption is discussed. In order to explain the behaviour of these defects, two kinds of modelling are proposed.
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emse-00614836 , version 1 (16-08-2011)

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Laurent Poupon, Philibert Iacconi, Christophe Pijolat. Identification of point defects in tin dioxide: Experimental and theoretical approach. Eurosolid 4: European conference on transformation kinetics and reactivity of solids, Sep 1997, Saint Vincent, Italy. pp.91-98. ⟨emse-00614836⟩
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