All Categories
Metal Sputtering Targets

Iron Sputtering Targets (Fe)

SizeAs Request
PackagingVacuum (standard export packing)
Applicationssemiconductors, magnetic storage media, and fuel cells

Iron Sputtering Targets (Fe) Information

Iron, chemical symbol Fe, atomic number 26, is the most commonly used metal. Pure iron is a silver-white shiny metal with a density of 7.68g/cm³ and a melting point of 1539°C. In addition to its electrical conductivity, thermal conductivity, and ductility, iron can also be attracted by magnets and has ferromagnetic properties. Important compounds of iron include ferric oxide, ferric tetroxide, ferric chloride and iron complexes.

Material TypeIron
Symbol Fe
Atomic Weight 55.845
Atomic Number 26
Color/Appearance Lustrous, Metallic, Grayish Tinge
Thermal Conductivity 80 W/m.K
Melting Point (°C) 1535
Coefficient of Thermal Expansion 11.8 x 10-6/K
Theoretical Density (g/cc) 7.86
Ferromagnetic Magnetic Material
Z Ratio 0.349
E-Beam Excellent
Thermal Evaporation Techniques Boat:  W
Coil:  W
Basket:  W
Crucible:  Al2O3
Temp. (°C) for Given Vap. Press. (Torr) 10-8:  858
10-6:  998
10-4:  1,180

Our Iron target is up to 99.99% and is annealed by melting process. Low gas content and uniform particle size distribution.

Iron sputtering target belongs to the ferromagnetic targets and is often used in the information storage industry. It is evaporated under vacuum to form layers in the production of semiconductors, magnetic storage media, and fuel cells,magnetic recording write heads, optoelectronic devices and magnetic sensors.

The following pictures are two typical micrometallographic examination pictures of vanadium sputtering targets, with average particle size <100um.

We sell these different shape  metal materials by unit weight or piece for different use in research area and for new proprietary technologies.Actual prices can vary and may be higher or lower, as determined by availability and market fluctuations. To speak to someone directly about current pricing, please click inquiry.