Spectroscopic study the plasma parameters for SnO2 doped ZnO prepared by pulse Nd:YAG laser deposition

  • Kadhim Abdulwahid Aadim University of Baghdad,college of Science,Dept. of Physics
Keywords: Laser‐Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS), Optical Emission Spectroscopy (OES), Zinc oxide (ZnO), Tin dioxide (SnO2).


 In this work, plasma parameters such as (electron temperature (Te), electron density (ne), plasma frequency (fp) and Debye length (λD)) were studied using spectral analysis techniques. The spectrum of the plasma was recorded with different energy values, SnO2 and ZnO anesthetized at a different ratio (X = 0.2, 0.4 and 0.6) were recorded. Spectral study of this mixing in the air. The results showed electron density and electron temperature increase in zinc oxide: tin oxide alloy targets. It was located  that  The intensity of the lines increases in different laser peak powers when the laser peak power increases and then decreases when the force continues to increase.