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Extensive research work has been done on the structural, electrical, and optical properties of CdSe thin films, but it still demands further research for a variety of reasons. Although, semiconducting CdSe can be utilized for application in solar cells (Rickus, 1982) electrochemical energy storage devices (Joonho Bae and Dong Kee, 2016), and other optoelectronic devices (Fan et al., 2015) their competitiveness and use in such devices demand a fabrication method which is both reliable, cost-effective, and scalable. Many laboratory-based researches abound but very little has been done to transition from basic or fundamental research to develop reliable prototype devices and possible commercialization (Zhao et al., 2012). Most times, these basic researches are conducted with materials and apparatuses that are cost-intensive and the condition of use of such appliances are outrageously high, like very high temperatures (Chan et al., 2005), ultra-high vacuum (Bernard et al., 2004), etc. These extreme fabrication conditions can be a big challenge when transitioning from laboratory to industry. Therefore, there is an urgent need for reliable techniques that will allow for easy control of different parameters or the deposition conditions and to tune and optimize the properties of CdSe thin films to make them more efficient for utilization and application in devices.
Abbasi was born on 27 December 1958 in his hometown of Murree in Murree District, Punjab. He attended Lawrence College in Murree. In 1978, he attended the University of California, Los Angeles, where he received a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering. Following this, he began a career as an electrical engineer. In 1985, he attended George Washington University, where he gained a master's degree in Electrical Engineering. 2b1af7f3a8