• Silver (Ag) sputtering targets use in Decorate thin film coating CAS 7440-22-4
  • Silver (Ag) sputtering targets use in Decorate thin film coating CAS 7440-22-4

Silver (Ag) sputtering targets use in Decorate thin film coating CAS 7440-22-4

Model No.︰

Silver targets

Brand Name︰

TYR

Country of Origin︰

China

Unit Price︰

US $ 200 / pc

Minimum Order︰

1 pc

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Product Description

Silver (Ag) Decorate thin film coating sputtering targets 

Purity: 99.95%, 99.99%

Size: max. 355.6mm (14 inch) , Length: 1000mm x Width 200mm x thickness 20mm max.,  

Shape: Discs, disks, rod, step disk, delta, plate, sheets or made per drawing

Applications: Currency, Jewelry and silverware, Dentistry, Photography and electronics, Mirrors and

 optics, Biology, Medicine, Investing, Clothing.

Many well-known uses of silver involve its precious metal properties, including currency, decorative 

items, and mirrors. The contrast between its bright white color and other media makes it very useful to 

the visual arts. It has also long been used to confer high monetary value as objects (such as silver coins 

and investment bars) or make objects symbolic of high social or political rank. 

Silver salts have been used since the Middle Ages to produce a yellow or orange colors to stained glass,

 and more complex decorative color reactions can be produced by incorporating silver metal in blown, 

kiln-formed or torch-worked glass. Silver and silver alloys are used in the construction of high-quality musical wind instruments of many types. Flutes, in particular, are commonly constructed of silver

 alloy or silver plated, both for appearance and for the frictional surface properties of silver.



specification︰ Diameter: 355.6mm , 14", max.
Single piece Size: Length: <1000mm, Width: <127mm, Thickness: >1mm, if larger size than this, we can do it as tiles joint by 45 degree or 90 degree.
Label︰ Silver (Ag) sputtering targets

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