Bismuth Sputtering Targets
Bismuth's appearance can be easily distinguished from its silvery-pink color. Bismuth is also known as a brittle metal that has low thermal and electrical conductivity compared with other metals. Compound bismuth combined with other metals forms alloys with a low melting point, making it mostly used in fusible alloys. This type of alloys is a huge advantage to be used as fire-detection and fire-extinguisher equipment. Fusible alloys can also be used for solders. Being a low thermal conductivity element, bismuth is also great to be used for thermoelectrical devices. Another characteristic of bismuth is diamagnetics, which means this element is magnetic resistance. Bismuth sputtering targets have a lot of applications. Bismuth sputtering targets help the substance coated become more effective through a deposition process.