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  • Aluminum Sputtering Targets (Al)

    Aluminum Sputtering Targets (Al)

    Purity: 99.999%

    Size: 2" diameter x 0.25" thickness

    Price: $60/pc

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    Chromium Sputtering Targets (Cr)

    Purity: 99.95%

    Size: 2" diameter x 0.25" thickness

    Price: $70/pc

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    Copper Sputtering Targets (Cu)

    Purity: 99.999%

    Size: 2" diameter x 0.25" thickness

    Price: $60/pc

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    DC Sputtering VS RF Sputtering

    DC Sputtering VS RF Sputtering

    The difference between DC sputtering and RF sputtering

    Differences between PVD and Electroplating

    Differences between PVD and Electroplating

    AEM Deposition shares differences between PVD and electroplating for all of you.

    Lost Art - Powder Metallurgy

    Lost Art - Powder Metallurgy

    Powder metallurgy was formerly known as lost art. Not like clay or other stoneware materials, the skills in molding and firing useful and ornamental metallic objects were seldom applied in the early phases of history.

    Are there any special procedures I need to follow before use sputtering target?

    Most ceramic targets benefit from being bonded to a backing plate to increase target cooling. In addition, the target must be conditioned prior to depositing films from it.

    How should I store lithium evaporation pieces?

    To avoid oxidation, lithium should be kept either in oil or an argon inert atmosphere. Unused pieces should be repackaged in the oil with a tight seal and stored in a cool...

    How do I know if the sputtering target I want to purchase requires bonding?

    Our webpages for sputtering targets note bonding recommendations. Please visit the product page for the target and the recommendation should be noted there.

    What is the proper fill rate of a material in an e-beam crucible liner?

    Our recommendation is to fill the crucible between ⅔ and ¾ full. We find that the melt level of a material in the crucible directly affects the success of the crucible liner...

    How to choose the thickness of substrates & wafers?

    The thickness of the wafers is always determined by the automated strength of the materials used, which means the wafer should be thick enough so that it does not crack during handling...

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