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Chemical Bath Deposition was used to deposit a thin coating of Cadmium Sulphide. Deposition of thin films using the Chemical
Bath Deposition Approach is the simplest, most straightforward, and most cost-effective method available. The Cd+2 ions came from Cadmium
Sulphate, whereas the S-2 ions came from Thiourea. The pH of the reaction mixture was maintained with aqueous ammonia, and the complexing
agent triethylamine was added. A 484 nm thick yellowish-orange CdS film was deposited. The deposited thin film's X-ray diffraction pattern
exhibited a hexagonal/cubic crystal structure combination. The observed d values and the conventional d values coincided quite well.
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