final correction...RE: processing of Ti foil in SNF?
edmyers at stanford.edu
Tue Dec 15 14:55:21 PST 2009
My concern is your anneal temperature. Ti can
oxidize extremely fast and the atmospheric tubes
will have a background of oxygen. I don't see a
problem with what you have proposed depending on
your anneal, which you have not outlined.
At 09:11 AM 12/15/2009, Robert Huang wrote:
>OK, I think I will get it right this time for all 3 units:
>0.25mm=250um (not nm!)=10mils
>Sorry for the confusion and multiple emails.
>From: Robert Huang
>Sent: Tuesday, December 15, 2009 9:05 AM
>To: Robert Huang; specmat at snf.stanford.edu
>Subject: RE: processing of Ti foil in SNF?
>Just one correction to my email, the thickness
>of the material is 10mils, not 1mil (the
>dimensions I gave of 0.25mm and 250nm are correct).
>From: Robert Huang
>Sent: Monday, December 14, 2009 11:32 AM
>To: specmat at snf.stanford.edu
>Subject: processing of Ti foil in SNF?
>SNF Specmat Committee:
>I am interested in processing pieces of Ti foil
>in SNF on the following pieces of equipment:
>1) Wbgeneral for cleaning/rinsing
>2) Innotec for a metal deposition
>3) Tylan 4 (metal-contaminated) for an anneal
>The sample size will be <2x2 (thats currently
>the total sample size that I will have) and the
>thickness is 0.25mm (250nm/1mil) . The source
>for the material will be Alfa Aesar, and it is
>99.99+% purity. Here is Alfa Aesars website
>for this material, and I am attaching their MSDS.
>Thanks in advance for taking this into
>consideration. I am hoping this is
>straightforward and can be approved quickly
>given Ti is already a material commonly used
>throughout SNF, this material is 99.99+% pure
>Ti, and the tools that I plan to use are all in
>the Au-contaminated category. If any questions,
>dont hesitate to contact me either by email or
>phone, <mailto:roberth at quswami.com>roberth at quswami.com, 408-854-0450.
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