[Fwd: Using Niobium and Tin in Metalica]

Ed Myers edmyers at stanford.edu
Thu Apr 22 14:41:57 PDT 2010


All,

I believe we have done Nb in the past and it should be OK.  Jeannie, 
it seems like Jiquan volunteered to by his own targets.

Ed

At 01:54 PM 4/22/2010, Jeannie Perez wrote:
>Hi,
>I do have Tin for Innotec and Metalica. I've never purchased Nb for 
>either metal system.
>Jeannie
>
>Mary Tang wrote:
>>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
>>
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>>T(K)
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>>T(K)
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>>T(K)
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>>Vapour pressure(Pa)
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>>Nb
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>>In
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>>Sn
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>>1
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>>2942
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>>1196
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>>1497
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>>10
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>>3207
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>>1325
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>>1657
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>>100
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>>3524
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>>1485
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>>1855
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>>1K
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>>3910
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>>1690
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>>2107
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>>10K
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>>4393
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>>1962
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>>2438
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>>100k
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>>5013
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>>2340
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>>2893
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>>Melting point
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>>2750
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>>430
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>>505
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>>Boiling point
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>>5017
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>>2345
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>>2875
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