Selenium combines directly with hydrogen, resulting in hydrogen selenide, H2Se, a colorless, foul-smelling gas that is a cumulative poison. It also forms selenides with most metals (e.g., aluminum selenide, cadmium selenide, and sodium selenide). Selenide compounds are particularly useful for optical coatings and physical vapor deposition. Silicide is a compound that has silicon with (usually) more electropositive elements. Silicon is more electropositive than carbon. Silicides are structurally closer to borides than to carbides. Those silicide compounds that exhibit high conductivity, thermal and structural stability are widely used for microelectronics applications.
QUKEN provides a wide range of selenide sputtering targets and silicide 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 selenide sputtering targets and silicide 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 selenide sputtering targets and silicide 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.