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Sputtering targets are metal alloys that are used in sputter deposition, a thin film coating process commonly involved in the production of semiconductors and computer chips.
Many sputtering target scraps contain precious metals like silver, which should be recycled because it could end up being a valuable metal source in the future. In addition to silver, there are other metals that can be found in sputtering targets like copper and tin.
The most common sputtering target material is gold, but we can also produce copper and tin sputtering targets. They are available in different shapes and sizes to meet your specific needs.
Often, these types of sputtering target materials are made from metal alloys that are widely used in the aerospace, commercial, medical, military and research industries. Some of these alloys include aluminum, iron, nickel, zinc, tin, chromium, molybdenum, rhenium, tungsten and titanium.
Most metals can be sputtered to create thin films that have a variety of uses. For example, copper can be sputtered to make electrodes for batteries and propellants, while zinc can be sputtered to create cathodes in fuel cells.
Another popular sputtering target material is platinum, which can be used to create electrodes for battery electrodes and other applications. It can also be used to create coatings that are used for medical devices.
These types of sputtering targets are usually rectangular or circular in shape. However, they can be produced in different shapes and sizes to meet the specific needs of thin film deposition applications.