Abstract

Photoconductivity can be sensitized in cadmium sulfide films by specially prepared films of pinacyanole and kryptocyanine having a thickness ~1 micron. Preparations of this sort offer considerably more opportunity for experimentation than those sensitized by monolayers of dyes. Their properties are such as to support the validity of the electron-transfer mechanism in this case.

© 1961 Optical Society of America

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