Silicon Dioxide (Fused Quartz) Sputtering Targets
Silicon dioxide has a compound formula of O2Si and a molecular weight of 60.08. It has a white to grey appearance with a density of 2.2 g/cm-3. It is commonly called silica and when found in nature it is referred to as quartz which is a common component of sand. Silicon dioxide is used in microelectronics as an electrical insulator. Due to its large mechanical properties, it is also used as a component in the food and pharmaceutical industries. Due to adjustable bandwidth, Silicon dioxide (Fused Quartz) sputtering targets are used as light absorption layers of the thin film of amorphous silicon solar cells. This thin film is also served as a material in polymer packaging to ensure the shelf life of the container. Its application as a corrosion-resistant has remarkable effects. Because of so many different uses of Silicon Dioxide (Fused Quartz), Sputtering Targets are widely popular. We guarantee high purity and the best possible outcomes.