Thin films of zinc sulphide were prepared using a flash evaporation technique. The obtained thin films were subjected to heat treatment to investigate the effect of annealing on the transmittance spectrum and the electronic transitions. It has been found that annealing affected the transmission spectrum and caused an increase in the direct optical band gap. The optical parameters, oscillator energy E0 and dispersion energy Ed were determined using the Wemple DiDomenico single oscillator model. The optical energy gap obtained from the Wemple and DiDomenico model was in good agreement with the optical energy gap proposed by the Tauc theory.
Chiad, S. S.; Jabbar, W. A.; and Habubi, N. F.
"Effects of Annealing on the Electronic Transitions of ZnS Thin Films,"
Journal of the Arkansas Academy of Science: Vol. 65, Article 8.
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