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IJSTR >> Volume 8 - Issue 11, November 2019 Edition

International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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Cadmium Sulphide Nano Particles Doped With Ni And Its Antimicrobial Study

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Pritisha Dakuwa, S.bardaloi



Chemical Bath Deposition, EDAX, Nanoparticle, PL, SEM, TEM, UV, XRD



CdS:Ni nano particles are synthesized by chemical bath deposition method grown into Ammonia at room temperature. The formation of nano particles are confirmed and calculated by XRD analysis. Different instrumentation techniques XRD, TEM, SEM etc. are employed to investigate structural properties of CdS:Ni. Crystallite size is found to be approximately 5.1nm from XRD analysis. The particle size is calculated from TEM study is found to be approximately 5.6 nm. SEM analysis are performed to study the morphological studies of CdS:Ni nano particles. Optical studies are performed with different instrumentation technique UV-VIS, PL analysis etc. Absorption peaks from UV-VIS analysis is found to be approximately 410.2 nm. The peak of photoluminescence is found at 493.6nm for Ni doped CdS nano particles. The antimicrobial studies are observed against two different strain Escherichia coli E.coli and Staphylococcus aureus (S.Aureus) and found affective towards these strains.



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