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Indium Corporation offers thermal evaporation materials for thin-film deposition. The purity of source material is as important as the equipment used for deposition. We offer the high quality materials and experienced technical support to help you get the most from your physical vapor deposition (PVD) process.
Below is a chart that outlines the types of materials and the forms in which you can get those materials.
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Physical Properties of Common Elements for Thermal Evaporation
Physical Properties for Common Alloys for Thermal Evaporation