Lithium Niobate Sputtering Targets
Lithium Niobates (LiNbo3) sputtering targets are white-colored and composed of several niobatic materials that have been inserted by DC sputtering onto gold plated fused quartz at temperatures up to 6000C. At adequately high temperatures these films show well-formulated crystal structures. These films were examined by x-ray diffraction in which their piezoelectric activity is shown but the effective coupling was very low. The molecular weight of Lithium Niobates sputtering target is 147.85. They are produced in the highest possible density and smallest possible grain size to be used in semiconductors. They are mostly available in monoblock or Bonded in a configuration up to 820 mm. Chemically formulated Lithium Niobate sputtering target is made up of a compound that contains lithium, niobium, and oxygen. Single crystal of this compound has much importance for mobile phones, optical modulators, optical waveguides, piezoelectric sensors, and various other non-linear and linear optical applications. Lithium Niobate is a dielectric material that is human discovery.