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Carrier concentrations and mobilities of vacuum‐prepared indium–tin oxide films have been measured to determine the effects of annealing. The apparent variation of electron mobility with temperature in these films is interpreted in terms of a grain‐boundary barrier model. No grain growth was observed in the films studied; all changes in electron density and mobility may be explained by oxygen diffusion in the grain boundaries and, from them, into the grains themselves.