Abstract

Thin SnOx films were applied to polyester foil by reactive rf magnetron sputtering. Typical data for 0.3-μm thick films were ~150-Ω resistance/square and ~76% luminous transmittance. Deposition rates exceeding 1 nm/s were obtained.

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