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    • Palladium - Sputtering Target

      Discovered in 1803 by W.H. Woollaston in London, England. Palladium is a member of the platinum group of metals. It is silvery white in colour, is malleable and ductile, and is one of the most reactive in the group. It has an abundance of 6x10⁻⁶ in the earth's crust. Palladium has good corrosion resistance but is soluble in oxidising acids and fused alkalis. It readily absorbs hydrogen gas (up to 900 times its own volume), but its main use is as a catalyst for hydrogenation. Palladium is also used within the electronics industry and in some dental applications.

      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.

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    Product PD00-ST-000102 99.95% Palladium Sputtering Target Disc 0.25mm thick Purity 99.95% Thickness 0.25mm Diameter 6.35mm - 101.6mm
    Product PD00-ST-000105 99.95% Palladium Sputtering Target Disc 0.5mm thick Purity 99.95% Thickness 0.5mm Diameter 6.35mm - 76.2mm
    Product PD00-ST-000106 99.95% Palladium Sputtering Target Disc 1mm thick Purity 99.95% Thickness 1mm Diameter 6.35mm - 100mm
    Product PD00-ST-000100 99.95% Palladium Sputtering Target Disc 3mm thick Purity 99.95% Thickness 3mm Diameter 10mm - 50.8mm
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