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sputtering target for electronics
Sputtering targets have important applications in many areas, such as architecture, optics, electronics and so on. Sputtering targets used in electronic industry can be subdivided into semiconductor target (also called anelva target), planar target, coated glass target, solar photovoltaic target, and so on. There are some differences in the selection and performance requirements of sputtering materials in different application fields....
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Semiconductor wafers are the basic material for manufacturing electronic chips. The most important raw material for semiconductor integrated circuits is silicon, which is widely found in rocks and gravels in the form of silicates or silica in nature. The fabrication process of semiconductor silicon wafers can be divided into three basic steps: silicon purification and...
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Sputtering targets are a physical vapor deposition (PVD) mechanism with many uses in modern technology and manufacturing. In the sputtering process, the atoms are pulled from the sputter target with powerful magnets, and a controlled gas (usually argon) is introduced. Then, the processed to collide with each other in their gaseous state before condensing into...
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Common Defects in Physical Vapor Deposition
Due to their excellent wear resistance, heat resistance and other properties, PVD coatings are widely used in various industries. However, the defects of the coating make it impossible to demonstrate all of its advantages. If you want to solve the defects in PVD coating, you must know these defects, at least you should know – what...
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scandium-rare-earth-element- and-application
If there is a metal that is ignored by us, I think that is scandium. Scandium is found in most rare earth elements and uranium deposits, but it can only be extracted from a few mines around the world. Due to the low availability and difficulty in preparation, which was succeeded in 1937, of scandium,...
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an-overview-of-sputtering-deposition
Definition What is Sputtering Deposition? Sputtering deposition, or sputter coating, is one of the physical vapor deposition technology, whereby particles are ejected from a solid target material due to bombardment of the target by energetic particles. It is an electronic process that deposits thin films of metals or other materials onto a variety of surfaces. Most often,...
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Silver Film Deposition on Glass Surface
The case A well-known industrial glass company—-We attempted to deposit a silver film about one micron thick on the glass substrate using silver evaporation materials by vacuum evaporation. And our existing coating facilities are limited that we can only use electron beam evaporation. We tried Ag / Ti glass in the beginning, but the silver...
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The sputtering target is an important material for physical vapor deposition, the most widely used technology for depositing materials. As its name suggests, “physical” means that the PVD coating method involves a purely physical process. During the physical vapor deposition, a solid target material is broken up into the vapor state (usually in a high...
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3 Factors Affecting the Deposition Rate in Magnetron Sputtering
Magnetron sputtering is a physical vapor deposition method that allows the deposition of various materials, including metals, oxides, ceramics and etc. by using a specially formed magnetic field applied to a diode sputtering target. The deposition rate, or the film formation rate, is an important parameter that measures the effectiveness of the magnetron sputtering machine....
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