Iron Oxide Sputtering Targets
Iron oxide is a chemical compound consists of iron and oxygen. This reddish-brown chemical compound has been used in various applications. Iron itself is one of the abundant metals found on earth. Combined with oxygen, iron forms an iron oxide that is known as the rust form of iron. Although known as a highly reactive metal, a combination of iron and oxygen gives a huge advantage in terms of magnetic properties. Iron oxide sputtering targets have been used mainly by electrical industries. Iron oxide sputtering targets are a great solution for tunneling magneto resistance devices due to its half-metallic nature and high polarization properties. Metals coated with iron oxide sputtering targets also serve good semiconductor properties. Another application of iron oxide sputtering targets can be found as pigment coloring due to its durability and inexpensive properties.