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Julissa Green
Zirconium Sputtering Targets Used in Infrared Reflectors
Infrared reflectors are important components in solar thermal systems. They can enhance the performance, such as corrosion resistance, of solar selective coatings at high temperatures. Zirconium sputtering target is one of the emerging materials used to manufacture infrared reflectors, and it has many advantages over others. Read this article for more information. 1. The Solar Thermal System A...
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What is a Mirror Made Of? Mirrors are objects that reflect images. People have been making mirrors with stone, metals, and glass for thousands of years. Generally, a mirror is composed of transparent glass and a thin coating on the back. The layer on the back is both protective and functional. On one hand, it...
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bismuth sputtering target cover
Introduction to the Bismuth Sputtering Target What is a bismuth sputtering target? A bismuth sputtering target is a pure metal sputter target for film deposition. This product could be used to make thin films for multiple sectors, including semiconductors, glass coatings, LED, solar cells, and optical industries. Properties of bismuth target Bismuth (atomic symbol: Bi, atomic number: 83) is located in Period 6, Group 15, and...
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One of the main applications of chromium is the production of stainless steel and chrome plating. The process of electroplating a thin layer of chromium onto a metal object can be done to add aesthetic appeal or to make the surface harder and more corrosion-resistant. Chrome plating can produce chromium layers as thin as 0.001...
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Chemical Element Aluminum – Advantages & Applications
Aluminum (Al) belongs to the main Group 13 (III, or boron group) of the periodic table. The Latin term alumen, which refers to potash alum or aluminum potassium sulfate, KAl(SO4)212H2O, is where the name aluminum originates. Aluminum is a light silvery white metal and the most common non-ferrous metal. Aluminum never appears in nature in the...
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The foundation of plasma technology is a basic physical principle. When energy is applied to matter, solids become liquids, and liquids turn into gases. If yet more energy is applied, the gas is ionized and it enters the energy-rich plasma state, the fourth state of matter. Plasma is a word used to describe matter that...
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Why Tungsten is Used for Furnace Heating The decision to use a particular material for heating is a function of the temperature range and conditions the material can tolerate. High-temperature furnaces must be capable of withstanding temperatures that melt materials like titanium. These furnaces, which are typically built of graphite, usually produce reactive carbon pollution...
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What is PVD Coating? Physical vapor deposition (PVD) coating refers to various coating techniques in which thin layers are created on a substrate using physical techniques. Each technology has a unique set of benefits. PVD coating starts by depositing films with precise stoichiometries to achieve color PVD finishes (ratio of certain elements). Typically, a base...
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Main Methods of PVD Coating
Physical Vapor Deposition (PVD) is a thin-film coating technique that physically converts a solid or liquid source of material into gaseous atoms, molecules, or ions under vacuum, which are then deposited on the surface of a substrate to form a thin film. The PVD-coated film has the advantages of fast deposition speed, strong adhesion, good diffraction performance,...
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