Selenium Sputtering Targets
Selenium belongs to a nonmetal family with a molecular weight of 78.96. Its appearance is gray to a black solid which is used for glassmaking and pigments. Electrical resistivity of selenium is 106 microhm-cm @ 0°C. Selenium sputtering target has a low melting point and high vapor pressure, thus it is considered to be used in applications like photocells, switching, memory and X-ray photoconductors. These thin films are ideal to put up with stress due to their resistance quality. Applications include large area coating for solar energy or fuel cells. Sputtering targets are not only available for commercial usage but also for personal study. Thin films are obtained through modern procedures to maintain high density and lowest grain size with 99.9 % purity. Special requests for particular usage are also taken under consideration. Substances are manufactured using crystallization, solid-state and purification processes such as sublimation. Ultra-high scrutiny is upheld in the development of sputtering targets to achieve promising results.