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Boron Nitride (BN) Sputtering Targets


High purity 2N5 (99.5%) Boron Nitride ceramic target,The price is for reference only, please contact customer service for quotation.

Element:BN
Purity:2N5
Shape:Planar target
MOQ:1PC
Package:Three-layer vacuum packaging or argon gas protection, in line with IATA, DOT packaging specification.

Overview

Physical and chemical properties

The boron nitride ceramic target contains B and N elements. It is a heat-resistant and chemical-resistant refractory compound coating material of boron and nitrogen. Its melting point is 3000°C and the density is 2.25g/cm³. It exists in a variety of crystalline forms with a similar structure to the carbon lattice and other electrons. The hexagons corresponding to graphite are the most stable and soft of the BN polymorphs and are therefore used as additives in lubricants and cosmetics. The cubic (sphalerite structure) variety similar to diamond is called c-BN; it is softer than diamond, but its thermal and chemical stability is better. Due to their excellent thermal and chemical stability, boron nitride ceramics are traditionally used as components for high temperature equipment. Boron nitride has potential uses in nanotechnology. BN nanotubes can be produced with structures similar to carbon nanotubes, i.e. graphene (or BN) sheets rolled up on themselves, but with very different properties.

Preparation

Vacuum melting, powder hot pressing, powder sintering, vacuum coating, hot isostatic pressing (HIP),

vacuum extrusion, forging, wire cutting, milling and polishing comply with ISO9001 quality management

system

Application

For thin film deposition, typically in fuel cells, decoration, electrical insulators, semiconductors, displays, LED and photovoltaics, glass coatings, etc. Due to their excellent thermal and chemical stability, boron nitride ceramic products are traditionally used as high-temperature equipment. Boron nitride also has potential uses in nanotechnology. BN nanotubes can be produced with a structure similar to carbon nanotubes, where graphene (or BN) sheets roll up on themselves, but with very different properties. Hexagonal boron nitride (h-BN) ceramics are commonly used to make boron nitride crucibles. Cubic boron nitride (c-BN) is used as an abrasive and is an ideal material for heat sinks. Amorphous Boron Nitride (a-BN) Amorphous Boron Nitride (a-BN) layers are used in some semiconductor devices.


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