Fluoride is created when salts from the element fluorine combine with minerals in soil or rocks. Fluoride salts are typically white or colorless, odorless and have distinctive bitter tastes. Fluoride compounds are mainly used in industrial applications and for specialty optical materials such as antireflection coating.
Nitride compounds are a large family of nitrogen-containing compounds that are formed by combining nitrogen with less electronegative elements such as boron, silicon, and most metals. Titanium nitride and silicon nitride are used as cutting materials and hard coatings.
QUKEN provides a wide range of fluoride sputtering targets and nitride sputtering targets to meet your composition, shape and purity requirements. Our full analytic capability and complete machining capability ensures that our products will meet your specific requirements.
All fluoride sputtering targets and nitride sputtering targets are supplied with the appropriate Safety Data Sheets (SDS), and Certificate of Analysis (COA), relevant to the lot number supplied.
The following materials list is our standard range of fluoride sputtering targets and nitride sputtering targets. If you need something that is not listed, please make a request on the Quote Request page.
Let us know the material, composition, purity and dimensions you need. You may also upload a drawing (pdf file). We will try to meet your unique requirements.