99.95% molybdenum tray moly boat for high temperature furnace

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99.95% pure molybdenum trays or molybdenum boats are an excellent choice for high temperature furnaces and other heat treatment applications. Molybdenum is known for its high melting point, excellent thermal conductivity and resistance to high temperatures, making it suitable for handling and containing materials at high temperatures.

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  • The difference between molybdenum boat and tungsten boat

The difference between molybdenum boats and tungsten boats is the material they are made of. Molybdenum and tungsten are both refractory metals with high melting points, making them suitable for high-temperature applications, but they have unique properties:

1. Material composition:
- Molybdenum boat: Molybdenum boat is made of molybdenum, a silver-white metal known for its high melting point, excellent thermal conductivity and high temperature resistance. Molybdenum is commonly used in vacuum and high temperature environments.
- Tungsten boat: Tungsten boat is made of tungsten, another refractory metal with an extremely high melting point and excellent mechanical properties. Tungsten is often chosen for its high temperature strength and stability.

2. Application details:
- Molybdenum boats: Molybdenum boats are often used in thermal evaporation processes, high temperature furnaces and vacuum environments for applications such as thin film deposition, sintering and heat treatment.
- Tungsten boats: Tungsten boats are also used in similar applications, especially in processes that require high temperature resistance, such as thermal evaporation, sputtering and chemical vapor deposition.

When choosing between molybdenum and tungsten boats, factors such as the specific temperature requirements, chemical compatibility, and mechanical properties of the material being processed should be considered. Both molybdenum and tungsten boats offer excellent performance in high-temperature applications, and the choice between them depends on the specific needs of the process.

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What is the thermal evaporation of molybdenum?

Thermal evaporation of molybdenum refers to the process of heating molybdenum to the vaporization point in a vacuum or low-pressure environment. This technology is commonly used in thin film deposition processes such as physical vapor deposition (PVD) and thermal evaporation coating to form molybdenum thin films on substrates.

During the thermal evaporation process, molybdenum is heated in a crucible or boat inside a vacuum chamber. When molybdenum reaches its vaporization temperature, it sublimates and forms vapor. The vaporized molybdenum atoms then travel along the line of sight path and condense onto the substrate, forming a thin film.

Molybdenum thin films produced by thermal evaporation can be used in a variety of applications, including semiconductor manufacturing, optical coatings and electronic devices. The characteristics of the deposited molybdenum film, such as thickness, adhesion and uniformity, are critical to its performance in a specific application.

Overall, thermal evaporation of molybdenum is a key process in thin film deposition technology that can produce high-quality molybdenum coatings through precise control of film thickness and properties.

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