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The sputtering target materials commonly found on the market can be divided into planar targets and rotatory targets according to their shapes. Want to know what are their advantages and disadvantages? Keep on reading this post. Planar Sputtering Target Although rotary targets have developed in recent years, the mainstream shape of the sputtering target is still the planar type. Advantages...
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Major Problems and Answers in Coating Technology
1. What types of coating technology can be divided into? (1) Vacuum coating (2) Electroplating (3) Chemical reaction (4) Heat treatment (5) Physical or mechanical treatment 2. What are the applications of plasma technology in surface technology? Sputter deposition: Sputtering is the use of high-speed ions to strike a solid sputter target, causing surface molecules...
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electron beam evaporation
Electron Beam Evaporation – Definition Electron beam evaporation, or E-beam evaporation, is a type of physical vapor deposition (PVD) technique, which directly heats the evaporation material (usually pellets) by using an electron beam under vacuum, and transports the vaporized material to the substrate to form a film. Electron Beam Evaporation – Working Processes Electron beam evaporation...
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An Overview of Tantalum Element
Tantalum Overview The texture of the tantalum is very hard and the hardness can reach 6-6.5. Its melting point is as high as 2996 ° C, only after carbon, tungsten, rhenium and osmium. Tantalum is malleable and can be drawn into a thin foil. Its coefficient of thermal expansion is very small, and it only expands by 6.6...
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What is Physical Vapor Deposition
What is PVD Coating Technology? Physical Vapor Deposition (PVD) is a thin film preparation technique that physically vaporizes the surface of a material source (solid or liquid) into gaseous atoms, molecules, or partially ionized into ions under vacuum conditions. Then, a film having a specific function is deposited on the surface of the substrate by...
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everything about titanium sputtering target
Metal titanium and titanium sputtering target are essentially the same, both of which are composed of titanium element; the difference is that metal titanium is more like a raw material, and titanium target is more like a titanium product. Titanium as a raw material can be made into titanium sputtering targets by several methods, and...
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an-overview-of-sputtering-deposition
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, sputtering...
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The Semiconductor Market: Opportunities and Threats From both of the perspective of technology or economic development, the importance of semiconductors is enormous. Most of today’s electronic products, such as computers, mobile phones or digital recorders, have a very close relationship with semiconductors. Along with the rapid development, the semiconductor market also faces some challenges. First,...
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Sputtering Target in the Solar Applications
The sputtering target is a new type of coating material (compared to evaporation materials) that is critical for thin-film solar cell coatings in the solar industry. Solar cell thin-film coating A thin-film solar cell is a second-generation solar cell that is made by depositing one or more thin layers, or thin film (TF) of photovoltaic...
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