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Ion Beam Sputtering Definition Ion beam sputtering (IBS), or ion beam deposition (IBD), is a thin film deposition technology that uses an ion source to deposit a sputtering target onto a substrate to produce the highest quality films with excellent precision. Compared to other PVD technologies, ion beam sputtering is more accurate and can accurately control...
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What are the three generations of Semiconductor Materials? The first generation of semiconductor material The first generation of semiconductor materials mainly refers to silicon (Si) and germanium (Ge) materials. In the 1950s, Ge dominated the semiconductor market and was mainly used in low-voltage, low-frequency, medium-power transistors and photodetectors. However, Ge semiconductor devices were inferior in...
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Applications of Sputtering Target
The sputtering target refers to the sputtering source that is deposited on a substrate to form various functional films under appropriate process conditions. Sputtering targets are widely used in many fields such as decoration, tooling, glass, electronic devices, semiconductors, and solar cells. Sputtering targets required in different fields vary. They can be classified into pure...
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Year in Review- 2018 Top Posts
Happy new year, my dear friends. We are very happy with your company and encouragement. SAM Sputter Target’s website has not been established for a long time, but we always insist on updating the news and knowledge about targets and coatings every week. On the occasion of the arrival of 2019, let us summarize the...
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Ultra low radiation coated glass building
Ultra low radiation silver-coated glass production process Low-emission coated glass has now been widely accepted by the public that this kind of glass is widely used in automobiles, doors and windows, and glass curtain walls. The core functional layer for low-emission coated glass is a silver film or silver-doped alloy film layer, which bears the...
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Effect of Sputtering Target Purity on Large-Area Coating Production The requirement of the target quality for sputter coating is higher than that of the traditional materials industry. When the substrate enters the high vacuum coating chamber, if the sputtering target is not pure enough, under the action of the electric field and the magnetic field,...
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Scandium nitride (ScN) is a metal nitride semiconductor. The crystal structure of ScN is generally rock salt and non-polar. However, the first principle calculation indicates that ScN may also have wurtzite structure and can be made into Sc-IIIA-Nitride. The IIIA nitride refers to AlN, GaN and InN, and the structure of the nitride is a...
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titanium-dioxide
Titanium dioxide is a hard and chemically resistant oxide of titanium. TiO2 thin films have been widely used in various applications due to their multiple interesting properties. It has a high refractive index, which makes it attractive for the glass coating industry to produce low emissivity and antireflective coatings. It is interesting in microelectronics because...
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Sputtering is a method of physical vapor deposition (PVD) technologies and is one of the main techniques for preparing electronic thin film materials. It utilizes the ions generated by the ion source to accelerate the aggregation in a high vacuum to form an ion beam with high speed and high energy. The ion beam bombards...
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