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Evaporation Sources
tungsten wire, tungsten filament
Tungsten, a remarkable metal with exceptional properties, has found its way into a multitude of industries due to its unique combination of strength, heat resistance, and electrical conductivity. One of the key forms in which tungsten is used— tungsten wire. Let’s explore the versatility of its wide-ranging applications across various industries: Electronics Industry The electronics...
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E beam evaporation materials, E beam evaporation sources, E Beam evaporation crucible
Thin film deposition is a crucial process in various industries, including electronics, optics, and materials science. Among the many techniques available, electron beam (E beam) evaporation stands out as a versatile and precise method for creating thin films. Let’s explore key components and considerations in E beam evaporation including materials, sources, and crucibles: E-Beam Evaporation...
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alumina boat crucibles, alumina crucible boats
Alumina boat crucibles have emerged as indispensable tools in the world of high-temperature materials processing. With their unique properties, wide-ranging applications and a host of benefits, these crucibles are essential for industries that require precision and reliability in extreme heat conditions. Properties Alumina crucible boats are crafted from high-purity aluminum oxide (Al2O3), commonly known as...
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Boron nitride crucible
In the realm of high-temperature materials and applications, using a boron nitride crucible has emerged as a game-changer, revolutionizing industries such as semiconductor manufacturing, materials research and metal melting. These crucibles, made from a compound of boron and nitrogen, offer a range of advantages that set them apart from traditional crucible materials like graphite or...
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Molybdenum Thermal Boat, evaporation sources
A molybdenum thermal boat, also known as a moly boat or Mo boat, is a specialized type of boat-shaped container made from molybdenum metal. It is commonly used in high-temperature applications, particularly in the field of materials science, chemistry and research laboratories. The Design and Purpose The boat’s design typically consists of a trough-like structure...
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E beam evaporation sources
E-beam evaporation stands out as one of the most versatile and widely used methods of thin film deposition techniques. The e-beam evaporation source is a key component that enables precise and controlled deposition of materials onto a substrate.  Here’s what you need to know:  Understanding E-Beam Evaporation E-beam evaporation is a physical vapor deposition (PVD)...
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Evaporation sources
May 2023 marked R.D. Mathis Company’s 60th year specializing in high-vacuum evaporation sources and materials. Our longevity and success in the industry are a testament to the quality of our products and the dedication of our team throughout the years.  Here’s a look at the key qualities that make R.D. Mathis Company what it is today:...
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evaporation sources
Vacuum deposition is a process used in manufacturing and research to deposit thin films of material onto a substrate. One method of vacuum deposition is thermal evaporation, which involves heating a material in a vacuum chamber until it vaporizes and then condenses onto a substrate. The Process The thermal evaporation process begins with a vacuum...
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thermal evaporation
The right source for your thermal evaporation process will depend on many factors. We offer a wide selection of evaporation sources through our catalog and website, as well as custom fabrication to meet you specific need. Most sources are available in tungsten, tantalum and molybdenum, and many are available with an alumina coating applied to...
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