The most common indium salt in use today is indium tin oxide (ITO), which dominates the market for transparent conductor materials used in flat panel displays and touch panel sensors. There are many other uses that require indium in a different form, such as indium sulfide, indium hydroxide, indium oxide, and others. We provide these salts in powder form (with the exception of indium trichloride). Follow the links below for specific information on the compound materials that Indium Corporation supplies:
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Low temperature alloys have a number of applications, including step soldering and interconnection of molded components. Additionally, its thermal and electrical conductivity make it attractive for bonding and heat transfer.
Expansion during cooling is a property of low-temperature alloys that can be very useful.
Low temperature alloys are available in a wide variety of solidus temperatures. Here is a selector guide to help you find the perfect alloy for your application.
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