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Index of Materials - Alloy - Sputtering-Targets

Alloy

Alloys are mixtures of a metal with other elements, the precise combination being governed by the required properties. Alloys are generally considered to be metallic in nature i.e. they have good thermal and electrical conductivities).

Alloys can be manufactured by various routes, the most widely used being to melt the constituents together and to cool the resultant mixture to form a single or multi-phase solid.



Sputtering Target

A high purity material used as a source for sputtering, a cold vapourisation process in which atoms are physically removed from the target surface by ion bombardment.

Tolerances
Thickness:   ±0.5mm  
Size:   ±0.5mm  
 
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Aluminium/Silicon
Aluminium/Silicon
Cobalt/Iron
Constantan® - Resistance Alloy
Gold/Palladium
 
Indium/Silver
Indium/Tin
Indium/Tin
Manganese/Iron
Neodymium/Iron/Boron
 
Nickel/Chromium
Nickel/Iron
Nickel/Iron/Molybdenum
Nickel/Vanadium
T1 - Thermocouple Alloy
 
T2 - Thermocouple Alloy
Tungsten/Titanium
Zinc/Aluminium
 

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