Bismuth Ferrite (indium) Sputtering Targets
Bismuth is known as a great element used in making alloys. Combining bismuth with other metals produces a low melting point alloys that are mainly used in solders. Adding ferrite to bismuth gives an advantage in producing multiferroic compounds. Multiferroic compound is an excellent element for piezoelectric properties where their polarization and magnetization reaction are needed for microphones or other transducers. As an additional extra, indium mainly enhances any metal durability. This white-silvery element does not react with oxygen thus prevents oxidation. This makes bismuth ferrite (indium) sputtering targets become an excellent coating to keep any alloy from deteriorating. It can also be a great option to strengthen solders since it could the low melting point alloys making them more solid and prevent breakdowns. Bismuth ferrite (indium) sputtering target can be used for aircraft materials.