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Evidently, the Cd atoms are able to di¨use into the Au, exposing more surface Au atoms, to react with more Cd. Subsequent stripping then requires the Cd atoms to di¨use to the surface before they can oxidize, resulting in the observed irreversibility in the voltammetry [138]. 2 mM HTeO‡ 2 , pH 2. 0 V. There is a clear shift of nearly 200 mV between the peak 1 and its corresponding stripping peak 1 H , suggesting signi®cant irreversibility. There is closer to 400 mV between peak 2 and 2 H , indicating that the more Te is deposited, the more irreversible the process.

Fig. 18. Thickness of CdTe deposits formed with the thin-layer ¯ow-cell, as a function of the number of cycles. Adapted from ref. [142]. 40 John L. Stickney Fig. 19. Graph showing extrapolation to the bandgap for CdTe ®lms. Adapted from ref. [142]. the line is straight, indicating surface limited control of growth. Figure 19 is a graph of the square of absorptivity times photon energy vs. 55 eV has been extrapolated, equivalent to literature values for CdTe. Figure 15 shows a study of the potential dependence of deposit thickness, using 200 cycle CdTe deposits, formed with the large thin-layer ¯ow-cell, as a function of the Te deposition potential.

5 V, where the Cd remains stable, but some bulk Te is formed along with the Te…UPD† : ‡ 0 À 2HTeO‡ 2 ‡ 6H ‡ 8e 6 Te ‡ Te…UPD† ‡ 4H2 OX …4† The trick is that bulk Te (Te 0 ), can be stripped at a more negative potential in a supporting electrolyte (blank) solution. In this way, only Te…UPD† is left, due to stabilization by bonding with previously deposited Cd, forming CdTe: Te 0 ‡ Te…UPD† ‡ 2H‡ ‡ 2eÀ 6 Te…UPD† ‡ H2 TeX …5† Equations 4 and 5 together have essentially the same result as Equation 3, oxidative UPD or the formation of a Te atomic layer.

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