Indium Corporation will feature its high-purity indium at the Society of Vacuum Coaters 58th Annual Technical Conference (SVC TechCon) April 25-30 in Santa Clara, Calif.
High-purity indium is refined using advanced processes that are controlled with rigorous quality standards. Purity is verified using advanced analytical instrumentation such as inductively coupled plasma (ICP) and glow discharge mass spec (GDMS) to ensure consistent product quality from lot to lot.
High-purity indium is the starting material in a variety of applications, including indium-based compound semiconductors that are used to manufacture ultra-high efficiency photovoltaic solar cells, infrared detectors, infrared LEDs, and electronic switching applications where silicon-based devices are not suitable.
High-purity indium is also used to produce single-crystal boules, which are sliced into wafers and fabricated into individual semiconductor devices. It is also used as the source material for semiconductor epitaxial layering using liquid phase, vapor phase, or molecular beam epitaxy.
Indium Corporation manufactures high-purity indium in grades 6N (99.9999%), 6N5 (99.99995%), and 7N (99.99999%), as well as in a variety of forms, including shot and ingot of different sizes and weights.
For more information about high-purity indium, visit www.indium.com/metals/indium or visit Indium Corporation at booth 516.
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