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   Your location > Components > Plasma Sources > Evaporation Guide

Evaporation Guide

This evaporation guide represents a survey of commonly used elements and their physical properties determining their evaporation behaviour. Although in the preparation of this guide every effort has been made to ensure accuracy, completeness and clarity, it cannot be guaranteed that no errors exist. Therefore use this information only as a general guide. In any case, please verify important data relevant to your experiment. 

Some materials and their compounds are extremely toxic and must be handled with great care. Manufacturers' safety and handling instructions must be strictly followed!

The table which is listed below describes different materials (mainly element species), recommended effusion cell types, crucible material to be used, melting point (MP) and dedicated vapor pressure data within the UHV and HV regime.

 Evaporation Guide

This guide was prepared by Edward Graper of Lebow Corporation and is being made available to assist SPECS GmbH customers. Neither Edward Graper nor Lebow Corporation guarantees the accuracy of this information or the results of its applications. This guide may not be reproduced in any way without written permission from Lebow Corporation, which will, however, usually be granted.

Some materials and their compounds are extremely toxic and must be handled with great care. Manufacturers safety and handling instructions must be strictly followed!

Neither Lebow Corporation nor SPECS GMBH accept responsibility for any misuse of materials or their evaporation and deposition applications.

 
 

 

 




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