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Ytterbium Evaporation Material

Ytterbium Evaporation Material

Material Ytterbium (Yb)
Purity 99.9%
Shape Pieces/ Granules/ Custom-made



Ytterbium evaporation material is a type of material used in physical vapor deposition (PVD) processes for thin film deposition. Ytterbium is a rare earth metal with atomic number 70 and is known for its unique optical and magnetic properties.

In PVD processes, ytterbium evaporation material is heated to its melting point and then vaporized, forming a thin film on a substrate that is placed in the vacuum chamber. This process can be used to deposit thin films of ytterbium onto various substrates, such as glass, silicon, and metal, for a range of applications, including magnetics, electronics, and optics.

Ytterbium evaporation material can be produced in a variety of forms, including pellets, wires, and foils, depending on the specific application and requirements. The purity and quality of the material are critical for achieving the desired film properties and performance.

Ytterbium is often used in combination with other rare earth metals, such as erbium and holmium, to form phosphors that are used in lighting and display applications. These phosphors can also be used as evaporation materials for PVD processes. Ytterbium-doped fiber amplifiers (YDFAs) are another form of ytterbium that is commonly used as an evaporation material for applications such as telecommunications and fiber optic amplification.


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