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Sputtering Target
Thin-film transistors (TFTs) have become integral to a wide variety of electronic devices, including flat-panel displays, touch screens, and solar cells. TFT manufacturing processes are inextricably linked to magnesium oxide (MgO) targets, and this sputtering target for thin-film coating applications is increasingly being used to enhance TFTs’ performance. This article will explore the role of...
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Introduction to Indium Bonding Target bonding is a significant process that joins sputtering targets and backing plates together, yet improper bonding materials would lead to poor heat release, cracking, non-uniform deposition, and even de-bonding. Therefore, it is quite essential to have a basic understanding of the functions, benefits, and types of bonding in advance. This...
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Terbium Sputtering Target, Tb
Introduction Terbium sputtering targets are made from terbium metal. They are used widely in a range of sectors such as tool coatings, optics coatings, and solar coatings. Let’s have a detailed discussion about the features, production, and applications of terbium sputtering targets. Properties Terbium sputtering targets share similar features with terbium metal. Terbium the element...
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What Are the Most Important Characteristics of Target Selection?
1.   Introduction to Sputtering Target Selection The target quality is rather significant for the coating process, and targets’ features are affected by a variety of parameters like purity, density, porosity, grain sizes, shapes, etc. The better the target quality is, the better performance we have, and the firmer the coating layers are. Here we will...
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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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Everything You Need to Know About AZO Sputtering Targets
What is an AZO Sputtering Target? AZO sputtering targets are also referred to as aluminum-doped zinc oxide sputtering targets. Aluminum-doped zinc oxide is a transparent conducting oxide. This oxide is insoluble in water but is thermally stable. AZO sputtering targets are typically used for thin-film deposition. Doping is a process that involves intentionally adding impurities...
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An Introduction to Pulsed Laser Deposition (PLD)
What is Pulsed Laser Deposition (PLD)? Pulse laser deposition is a method of physical vapor deposition. In this process, a high-power pulsed laser beam is centered on a target within the vacuum chamber. The laser beam vaporizes the target material and deposits it as a thin film on a substrate. The process involves evaporation, ablation,...
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