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Manganese Sputtering Targets (Mn)


MaterialManganese
FormsPlanar,Rotary
Purity99.8%-99.95%
SizeAs Request
ProcessSintering
AnalysisGDMS, ICP-OES, XRF
PackagingVacuum (standard export packing)
Applicationssemiconductors, Electronic devices, solar panels, LCD screens, LED lighting
Overview

Manganese Sputtering Targets (Mn) Information

Manganese, element symbol Mn, atomic number 25, is a gray-white, hard, brittle, and shiny transition metal. Pure metallic manganese is a metal slightly softer than iron. Manganese containing a small amount of impurities is hard and brittle and will oxidize in moist places.

Material TypeManganese
Symbol Mn
Atomic Weight 54.938045
Atomic Number 25
Color/Appearance Silvery Metallic
Thermal Conductivity 7.8 W/m.K
Melting Point (°C) 1244
Coefficient of Thermal Expansion 21.7 x 10-6/K
Theoretical Density (g/cc) 7.2
Z Ratio 0.377
E-Beam Good
Thermal Evaporation Techniques Boat:  W, Ta, Mo
Coil:  W
Basket:  W
Crucible:  Al2O3
E-Beam Crucible Liner Material Tungsten
Temp. (°C) for Given Vap. Press. (Torr) 10-8:  507
10-6:  572
10-4:  647

Our manganese target is up to 99.95% and is annealed bysintering process. Low gas content and uniform particle size distribution.

High-purity manganese target is a material used for sputtering coating, with excellent physical and chemical properties and high purity. It is usually used in the production of electronic devices, solar panels, LCD screens, LED lighting and other high-tech fields. The preparation process of high-purity manganese targets requires strict process control and high-end equipment, including vacuum smelting, powder metallurgy, hot press forming and other steps.

We sell these different shape manganese 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.

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