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Silicon Wafers Application

Silicon Wafers Application Silicon Wafers Application: Silicon is the second most common element on Earth and it is the seventh-most common element in the entire universe. It is the most common semi conductor and the most widely used in the electronic and technology sector. There are different silicon fabrication methods including the horizontal gradient freeze method, the horizontal Bridgeman method, the vertical Bridgeman method, the vertical gradient...

Silicon Carbide Powder Application

Silicon Carbide Powder Application Silicon Carbide Powder Application: Silicon Carbide is the only chemical compound of carbon and silicon. It was originally produced by a high temperature electro-chemical reaction of sand and carbon. Silicon carbide is an excellent abrasive and has been produced and made into grinding wheels and other abrasive products for over one hundred years. Today the material has been developed into a high quality technical...

Platinum Nanopowder

PLATINUM NANOPOWDER Platinum Nanopowder: Nanoparticles are significant scientific tools that are being explored in various technological and pharmacological fields. They are a link between larger materials and molecular or atomic structures. They are unique because of their large surface area. Platinum is one of the rarest and most expensive metals. It has high corrosion resistance and numerous catalytic applications including automotive catalytic...

Gold Tin Solder Paste

Gold Tin Solder Paste Application Gold Tin Solder Paste Application: Soldering is an important technique in the assembly of electronic products. To make a sound solder joint, the choice of solder materials is very important. Solder ability, melting point, strength, Young’s modulus, thermal expansion coefficient, thermal fatigue, creep properties and creep resistance will affect the quality of a solder joint. Solders are generally described...

Functionalized Multiwalled Carbon Nanotubes

Functionalized Multiwalled Carbon Nanotubes Functionalized Multiwalled Carbon Nanotubes (MWCNTs) are made of many graphene layers and the diameter can be up to 100 nm. Two main models describe MWCNTs: (i) the Russian doll model or coaxial cylindrically curved model in which many graphene layers are rolled up and arranged in a cylindrical fashion, and (ii) the parchment model in which a single graphene layer is scrolled as a parchment (Figure 5a and...

Doped Silicon Wafers Application

DOPED SILICON WAFERS  APPLICATIONS Doped Silicon Wafers Application: All silicon wafers are useful, it is important to note there are different variations used for various purposes. The P-Type wafer is doped with boron and used for lithography. N-Type wafer have phosphorus and/or arsenic infused in them, and they are then used for advanced CMOS device fabrication. Wafers are measured for flatness and thickness to determine what it can be used...

Tungsten Oxide Nanoparticles

TUNGSTEN OXIDE NANOPARTICLES (WO3) Nanoparticles research had progressed rapidly in the recent years mainly due to the unique properties of basic elements that are brought about by altering their atomic and molecular properties. By virtue of these properties, nanoparticles have found many applications in the field of biomedicine, cosmetics, electronics, coatings and plastics, etc. This article deals with the properties and applications of tungsten...

Tungsten Nanoparticles Application

Tungsten Nanoparticles Application Tungsten Nanoparticles Application: Nanoparticles are being explored in various biotechnological and pharmacological fields as they bridge between atomic or molecular structures and bulk materials. Tungsten Nanoparticles Application: Metal nanoparticles are of general interest in view of fundamental aspects (e.g. quantum-confinement effects) and application (e.g., catalysis, thin-film electronics, high-power batteries,...

Tungsten Disulfide Nanoparticles

TUNGSTEN DISULFIDE NANOPARTICLES (WS2) Nanoparticles research has gained momentum in the recent years by virtue of the unexpected outcomes that are possible by altering the atomic and molecular properties of basic elements. This article elaborates on the properties and applications of tungsten sulfide nanoparticles. Tungsten disulfide nanoparticles (WS2) are partially soluble in water and acidic solutions. It occurs in nature in the form of a mineral...

Tungsten Carbide Application

Tungsten Carbide Application Nanoparticles research has come up with innovative solutions that are useful in the field of cosmetics, bio medicine, and electronics; which were not possible with elements in their original states. Tungsten Carbide Application: Tungsten carbide (WC) nanoparticles are available as nanodots, dispersed and passivated ultra pure forms. These nanoparticles are insoluble in cold water, exhibit a strong resistance to acids...