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Compared with the CBD technique, electrodeposition requires some additional capital equipment (i.e., suitable power supplies and electrodes). Major advantages of the electrodeposition process include the insigni cant amount of waste generation. The electrodeposition bath can be reused for an unlimited number of cycle times when salts are replenished in the bath. The major drawback for electrodeposition is that it requires conductive substrates, which limits the application of this process in several key technologies. Electrodeposition uses electrolysis to deposit a coating of desired form on conducting substrates from a solution ( bath ) containing the ions of interest (e.g., Cu2+, In3+, and Ga3+). Almost without exception, one of the two phases contributing to an interface of interest in electrodeposition will be an electrolyte, which is a phase through which charge is carried by the movement of ions. The second phase at the boundary is the substrate, through which charge is carried by electronic movement. In cathodic electrodeposition, when the potential of the substrate (electrode) is moved from its equilibrium value toward negative potentials, the cation that will be reduced rst is the one with the least negative (or most positive) redox potential Eo. In a solution containing Cu2+, In3+, and Ga3+, all three ions can be codeposited on the surface of the substrate (cathode) when the potential is suf ciently negative. Interestingly, Se also codeposits with Cu, In, and Ga under certain conditions even though it is expected to deposit on the counter-electrode (anode). The conditions of electrodeposition of CIGS thin lms are related to the individual electrochemical reactions that correspond with the following Nernst equation, leading to the deposition of Cu, In, Ga, and Se. In this case, the electrodeposition of CIGS lms on the cathode is most probably caused by the combination of electrochemical and chemical reactions as follows: M n+ + ne M Cu 2 + + 2e Cu ( s) (23) (24)
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