[Fwd: Using Niobium and Tin in Metalica]

Mary Tang mtang at stanford.edu
Thu Apr 22 11:49:39 PDT 2010


Hi all --

Is this OK? Jiquan plans to get his own targets.

Mary

-------- Original Message --------
Subject: 	Using Niobium and Tin in Metalica
Date: 	Thu, 22 Apr 2010 10:33:56 -0700
From: 	Jiquan Guo <jqguo at stanford.edu>
To: 	'Mary Tang' <mtang at stanford.edu>
References: 	<4BCC72AC.8090004 at stanford.edu>



Mary:

I’m going to use Niobium(Nb) and Tin(Sn) in Metalica. I’m listing the 
vapor pressure of them below. Both have lower vapor pressure than 
Indium. I’ll get them from KJ Lesker.

http://www.lesker.com/newweb/deposition_materials/depositionmaterials_CertForm.cfm?partno=EJTSNXX501A4

http://www.lesker.com/newweb/deposition_materials/depositionmaterials_CertForm.cfm?partno=EJTNBXX351A2

Thanks.

Jiquan


	

T(K)

	

T(K)

	

T(K)

Vapour pressure(Pa)

	

Nb

	

In

	

Sn

1

	

2942

	

1196

	

1497

10

	

3207

	

1325

	

1657

100

	

3524

	

1485

	

1855

1K

	

3910

	

1690

	

2107

10K

	

4393

	

1962

	

2438

100k

	

5013

	

2340

	

2893

Melting point

	

2750

	

430

	

505

Boiling point

	

5017

	

2345

	

2875

	
	

	
	

	
	

	
	

	
	

	
	

	
	

	
	

	
	

	
	


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