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ST0151 Indium Gallium Zinc Oxide (IGZO) Sputtering Target

Chemical Formula: InGaZnOx
Catalog Number: ST0151
CAS Number: 151248-91-8
Purity: 99.9%, 99.95%, 99.99%
Shape: Discs, Plates, Column Targets, Step Targets, Custom-made




Description

Indium Bonding

Indium is the preferred method for bonding sputtering targets because it has the best thermal conductivity of all available bonds and is the most efficient at drawing heat away from the target. Indium is also more malleable than other bonding solders and therefore it is more forgiving. The softer solder allows some “give” when the target expands at a different rate than the backing plate. This reduces cracking that is caused by mismatch in the thermal expansion coefficients of the target and backing plate. The main limitation of the indium bond is the melting temperature of the indium solder. Indium has a melting point of 156.6°C so temperatures in excess of 150°C will cause the bond to melt and fail. Most materials can be indium bonded but there are a few exceptions. Related Service: Indium Target Bonding Service

Handling Notes

  1. Indium bonding is recommended for this material, due to some of its characteristics not amenable to sputtering like brittleness, low thermal conductivity, etc.
  2. This material has a low thermal conductivity are susceptible to thermal shock.

Chemical Elements

Indium

IndiumIndium is a chemical element originated from the Latin ‘indicium’, meaning violet or indigo. It was first mentioned in 1863 and observed by F. Reich and T. Richter. The isolation was later accomplished and announced by T. Richter. “In” is the canonical chemical symbol of indium. Its atomic number in the periodic table of elements is 49 with location at Period 5 and Group 13, belonging to the p-block. The relative atomic mass of indium is 114.818(3) Dalton, the number in the brackets indicating the uncertainty. Related Product: Indium (In) Sputtering Target

Gallium

GalliumGallium is a chemical element originated from France (with the Latin name Gallia). It was first mentioned in 1875 and observed by P. E. L. de Boisbaudran. The isolation was later accomplished and announced by P. E. L. de Boisbaudran. “Ga” is the canonical chemical symbol of gallium. Its atomic number in the periodic table of elements is 31 with location at Period 4 and Group 13, belonging to the p-block. The relative atomic mass of gallium is 69.723(1) Dalton, the number in the brackets indicating the uncertainty.

Zinc

ZincZinc is a chemical element originated from the German, ‘zinc’, which may in turn be derived from the Persian word ‘sing’, meaning stone. It was early used before 1000 BC and discovered by Indian metallurgists. “Zn” is the canonical chemical symbol of zinc. Its atomic number in the periodic table of elements is 30 with location at Period 4 and Group 12, belonging to the d-block. The relative atomic mass of zinc is 65.409(4) Dalton, the number in the brackets indicating the uncertainty. Related Product: Zinc (Zn) Sputtering Target

Oxygen

OxygenOxygen is a chemical element originated from the Greek ‘oxy’ and ‘genes’ meaning acid-forming. It was first mentioned in 1771 and observed by W. Scheele. The isolation was later accomplished and announced by W. Scheele. “O” is the canonical chemical symbol of oxygen. Its atomic number in the periodic table of elements is 8 with location at Period 2 and Group 16, belonging to the p-block. The relative atomic mass of oxygen is 15.9994(3) Dalton, the number in the brackets indicating the uncertainty.

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SAM specializes in producing high purity Sputtering Targets with the highest possible density and smallest possible average grain sizes for use in semiconductor, chemical vapor deposition (CVD) and physical vapor deposition (PVD) display and optical applications.

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Indium Gallium Zinc Oxide (IGZO) Sputtering Target
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by Leif Wiebe on Indium Gallium Zinc Oxide (IGZO) Sputtering Target
Perfect solar cell thin film coating materials

These are the right size for my needs and arrived in perfect condition.