Vanadium Oxide Sputtering Targets
Vanadium Oxide Sputtering Targets are a fascinating class of inorganic compounds and are commercially very important because of their crystalline structure and their electronic properties. Vanadium Oxide Sputtering Targets, the orange/yellow crystalline solids, are widely being used as catalysts in the production of sulphuric acid where it catalyzes the reaction of sulphuric acid with oxygen to give sulfur trioxide. They are also famous for their use in ferrovanadium alloy formation. Vanadium is a transition metal and the temperature-based transition is being used in several other technologies such as in the ever-expanding field of photonics. Research is also being conducted to use these targets in more compact electronic data storage devices because of the higher electrical conductivity at 68 degrees Celsius. The efficiency and effectiveness of these targets depend upon the degree of purity. We are offering astonishing 99.99% purity and various shapes and sizes for the ease of our esteemed clients.