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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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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 the 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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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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Aluminum Scandium Sputter Target Introduction
Aluminum Scandium Sputtering Target Description The aluminum scandium sputtering target is a type of film coating material made of aluminum scandium alloy. Therefore, they have similar physical and chemical characteristics. Aluminum scandium alloy is also called scandium-containing aluminum alloy. As we all know, aluminum sputtering target is used in many industries because it can deposit a cheap...
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Gold Sputtering Target for LED Applications
Gold Sputter Target Demand Increases As LED Market Grows The LED industry has grown rapidly over the past decade partially due to the penetration of LED-backlit TVs and laptops. One of the most important functional components of the LED is the LED semiconductor chip. At present, the materials used in the manufacturing of LED chips are...
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Indium Tin Oxide in Chemistry
When it comes to the abbreviation “ITO”, it can be International Trade Organization, Involuntary Treatment Order, or Information Technology Outsourcing. But in chemistry, this abbreviation refers directly to a chemical material—Indium Tin Oxide. What is Indium Tin Oxide in Chemistry? Indium tin oxide (ITO) is a black-gray ceramic material mixed with indium oxide and tin...
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Lanthanium Boride Sputtering Target Used in Solar Industry
Introduction to Lanthanum Boride Lanthanum boride, also called lanthanum hexaboride or LaB6, is a compound of rare earth metal element La and nonmetal element B. Its crystal structure is simple cubic, and the B atoms encircle lanthanum atoms to form an octahedral structure. Because of the crystal structure, LaB6 ceramic film made of lanthanum boride...
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Good Experimental and Industrial Crucible Materials
The crucible is an important vessel for scientific experiments as well as industrial productions. It is a pot that is used to keep metals for melting in a furnace. So furnace crucibles are usually designed to withstand the highest temperatures encountered in the metal casting works, which means the crucible should essentially be made of...
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