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  • 1. WELCOME
  • 2. TRANSPARENT ELECTRONICS
  • 3. INTRODUCTION•INVISIBLE ELECTRONICS•TRANSPARENT CONDUCTING OXIDE (TCO)(In2O3, SnO2, CdO, ZnO )•DRAMATICAL CHANGE IN THE LOOK AND USEOF ELECTRONIC DEVICES
  • 4. COMBINING OPTICALTRANSPARENCY WITH ELECTRICALCONDUCTIVITY•DEGENERATE DOPING• BURSTEIN - MOSS(BM) SHIFT
  • 5. BURSTEIN-MOSS(BM) SHIFT
  • 6. SCHEMATIC BAND STRUCTURE OF TCO HOST
  • 7. FACTORS CAUSING ADVERSE EFFECT INTER-BAND AND INTRA- BAND TRANSITIONS PLASMA OSCILLATIONS IONIZED IMPURITY SCATTERING
  • 8. ELECTRICAL PROPERTIES OF TCO•SIMILAR CHEMICAL, STRUCTURAL ANDELECTRONIC PROPERTIES•POST TRANSITION METALS• INTERACTION BETWEEN THE S ORBIT OFMETALS AND P ORBIT OF OXYGEN
  • 9. BASIC PROPERTIES OF TCO HOST
  • 10. OCTAHEDRAL COORDINATION OFOXYGEN ATOMS BY CATIONS
  • 11. CARRIER GENERATION IN TCOTWO METHODS:- SUBSTITUTIONAL DOPING OXYGEN REDUCTION
  • 12. SUBSTITUTIONAL DOPING DOPING WITH ALIOVALENT IONS DOPING WITH GROUP III, IV AND VII ELEMENTS ELECTRON VELOCITY AND DENSITY AT FERMI LEVEL RESULT IN THE TREND In>Y>Sc>Ga
  • 13. OXYGEN REDUCTION REMOVAL OF OXYGEN ATOM FROM A METAL OXIDE RELATIVELY UNIFORM CHARGE DENSITIES FORMATION OF F-CENTER IN LIGHT METAL OXIDES
  • 14. TRANSPARENT ELECTRONIC DEVICES SELECTION, DESIGN, SIMULATION, FABRICATION, INTEGRATION, CHARACTERIZATION AND OPTIMIZATION PASSIVE, LINEAR DEVICES TWO TERMINAL ELECTRONIC DEVICES TRANSPARNT THIN-FILM TRANSISTORS (TTFTs)
  • 15. PASSIVE, LINEAR DEVICESTRANSPARENT THIN FILMRESISTORS
  • 16. TRANSPARENT THIN FILM CAPACITORSTTFI(INDUCTOR)
  • 17. TRANSPARENT THIN-FILM TRANSISTORS (TTFTs)
  • 18. APPLICATIONS LAPTOPSMOBILE PHONES TRANSPARENT CONDUCTORSTRANSPARENT SOLAR PANELSWASHER
  • 19. FUTURE SCOPE SOLAR WINDOWS IMPROVING STABILITY OF TRANSPARENT SOLAR CELLS TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCES
  • 20. CONCLUSION AND REMARKS GREAT IMPACT ON HUMAN MACHINE INTERACTION LEAD TO NEW APPLICATIONS CAUSE ENVIORNMENTAL CHALLENGES AS CURRENTLY USING EC DEVICE

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