Magnesium Fluoride Sputtering Targets
Magnesium fluoride sputtering target has a compound formula of F2Mg and a molecular weight of 62.3 g/mol. The appearance of magnesium fluoride is white crystals. Targets have a melting point of 1260 °C (2300 °F) and boiling point of 2,260° C (4,100° F). We produce these targets with the highest possible density of 3.2 g/cm3 and specific heat of 980 J/kg-K. Thermal conductivity and thermal expansion of these targets are 28 W/m-K and 11 µm/m-K. We provide these targets in many shapes and sizes tailor-made for use in many industries and new research technologies. The targets have a Refractive Index of 1.4 and Poisson's Ratio is 0.27. The monoisotopic mass of magnesium fluoride is 61.981848 and Young's Modulus is 130 GPa. magnesium difluoride is the IUPAC name and sputtering targets are made for use in semiconductors and optical applications. Other shapes are also available by requests like plates, rods, etc.