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dc.contributor.authorMor, G K-
dc.contributor.authorMalhotra, L K-
dc.identifier.citationThin Solid Films, 359(1), 28-32en
dc.description.abstractA metal to insulator transition has been observed in praseodymium films during in situ hydrogen loading (pH2 à 1:015 + 105 Pa) at temperatures > 323 K. The transition can be observed at room temperature, if praseodymium films are coated with Palladium dots before hydriding. The transition is accompanied by a change in optical appearance, i.e. metallic grey praseodymium films change to yellowish transparent praseodymium hydride films. Glancing angle X-ray diffraction (GAXRD) patterns have revealed the fcc structure of the films with an average lattice parameter of 5.611 A . An indirect optical bandgap of 3.0 eV has been obtained for praseodymium hydride films from reflectance and transmittance data.en
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dc.subjectPhysical vapour depositionen
dc.subjectElectrical properties and measurementsen
dc.titleHydriding characteristics of praseodymium thin filmsen
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