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ZSBN Grade Boron Nitride- Solutions for Specialty Powder Metal Atomization

Specialty Powder Metals are made to a specific particle size distribution in small batches for specific alloys, such as common alloys of Nickel, Copper and Aluminum. Zirconia nozzles are commonly used for powder metal atomization. These are made by pressing and sintering large or coarse particles of Zirconia, lacking both tight tolerances and clean edges....
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aluminum thin films

Preparation and application of aluminum thin films

Common metal materials (such as low carbon steel, metal uranium, etc.) are very reactive and prone to corrosion and performance degradation. Therefore, people have been working on the research and preparation of anti-corrosion films for steel materials. Applying a relatively thin protective film on the surface of the metal material, such as aluminum, zinc, magnesium...
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magnetron sputtering

Main factors affecting the voltage of magnetron sputtering

Target magnetic field The cathode operating voltage of magnetron sputtering decreases as the target surface magnetic field increases, and also decreases as the sputtering etch groove of the target surface deepens. The sputtering current increases as the sputter etch bath of the target surface deepens because the sputter etched surface of the target gets closer...
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An overview of Ceramics

Introduction Ceramic is the general term for pottery and porcelain. The components of the ceramic material are mainly silicon oxide, aluminum oxide, potassium oxide, sodium oxide, calcium oxide, magnesium oxide, iron oxide, titanium oxide and etc. Common ceramic raw materials are clay, quartz, potassium sodium feldspar and etc. They generally have higher hardness but poor...
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Preparation of CIGS absorber layer

1. Preparation of CuIn film by magnetron sputtering In order to accurately control the element ratio of Cu/In, CuIn film is prepared by co-sputtering method. That is, the CuIn alloy target and the In elemental target are simultaneously sputtered in the same sputtering chamber. The distribution of Cu/In content has a great influence on the...
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ion beam sputtering equipment

Advantages and disadvantages of ion beam sputtering

Ion beam sputtering is a thin film process technology that uses an ion source to sputter a target onto a substrate. Compared to other PVD technologies, ion beam sputtering is more accurate and can accurately control the thickness of the substrate. Its main advantages and disadvantages are as follows: Advantages Sputter coating utilizes momentum exchange...
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sputter coating

Five sputter coating technologies

Unbalanced magnetron sputtering If the magnetic fluxes of the inner and outer magnetic pole sections of the cathode by magnetron sputtering are not equal, it is called an unbalanced magnetron sputtering cathode. The magnetic field of the common magnetron sputtering cathode is concentrated near the target surface; the magnetic field of the unbalanced magnetron sputtering...
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ito sputtering target

Four main molding methods for ITO targets

As is known, the ITO sputtering target is a black-gray ceramic semiconductor formed by a series of production processes after indium oxide and tin oxide powder are mixed in a certain proportion, and then sintered in a high temperature atmosphere (1600 degrees, oxygen sintering). The ITO film was subjected to magnetron sputtering to oxidize the ITO...
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Sputtering voltage

Influencing Factors of the Sputtering Deposition Rate of Magnetron Targets

Sputter deposition rate is a parameter that characterizes the film formation rate. In addition to the influencing factors such as the type and pressure of the working gas, target type and area size of the “sputter etched area”, and target surface temperature and target surface magnetic field strength, the deposition rate is also directly affected...
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PVD camera

What are the uses of Physical Vapor Deposition coating?

PVD(Physical Vapor Deposition) coating, a physical terminology which is seemingly difficult to understand, actually is connected closely to our daily lives. Your beautiful jewelry, expensive camera and sharp knives may all use PVD coating. If you want to know more about PVD coating, just continue to read.   What is PVD coating? PVD Coating, or...
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