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Nitride compound material

Nitride compound material

 

Nitride Powder       Nitride Crucibles   Nitride Pieces, granules       Nitride Sputtering Targets

 

Specifications for Inorganic Nitride compound material

Powders: -100 mesh, -160 mesh, -200 mesh, -325mesh e.t.c

Piece, granules: 3-6mm, 1-6mm, 3-12mm e.t.c

Sputtering Targets: Discs of max. Diameter 14 diameter, 355.6mm max. L x 200mm W.

 

TYR supplying Inorganic Nitride are available in a variety of forms, quantity, shapes to precisely fit your needs

 

 

 

Material Name

Formula

Purity

 Available Shape

Silicon Nitride

Si3N4

99.9%

Powder, Pieces, Granules, Sputtering Targets

Aluminum Nitride

AlN

99.9%

Powder, Pieces, Granules, Sputtering Targets

Lithium nitride

Li3N

99%

Powder

Boron Nitride

BN

99.9%

Powder, Pieces, Granules, Sputtering Targets, Crucibles

Titanium Nitride

TiN

99.5%

Powder, Pieces, Granules, Sputtering Target

Niobium Nitride

NbN

99.9%

Powder, Pieces, Granules, Sputtering Target

Tantalum Nitride

TaN

99.9%

Powder, Pieces, Granules, Sputtering Target

Zirconium Nitride

ZrN

99.5%

Powder, Pieces, Granules, Sputtering Target

Hafnium Nitride

HfN

99.5%

Powder, Pieces, Granules, Sputtering Target

Vanadium Nitride

VN

99.5%

Powder, Pieces, Granules, Sputtering Target

Lanthanum Nitride

LaN

99.5%

Powder

Cerium Nitride

CeN

99.5%

Powder

 

 PrN

99.5%

Powder

 

NdN

99.5%

Powder

Samarium Nitride

SmN

99.5%

Powder

 

GdN

99.5%

Powder

Terbium Nitride

TbN

 99.5%

Powder

 

DyN

 99.5%

Powder

 

HoN

 99.5%

Powder

Erbium Nitride

 ErN

 99.5%

Powder

 

 TmN

 99.5%

Powder

Ytterbium Nitride

YbN

 99.5%

Powder

Yttrium Nitride

YN

 99.5%

Powder

Scandium Nitride

 ScN

 99.5%

Powder

 

 LuN

 99.5%

Powder

 

 

About Nitride compound material basic knowledge:

 

 Rare Earth knowledge basic

What about the purity of rare earth metal ?

Explain for purity of Rare Earth Metalwhat is the purity of Rare Earth MetalWhats mean is “TREM”Whats means is the “RE/TREM”?, TREM means Total content of Rare Earth Metal, RE/TREM means this RE element's content in the Total content of Rare Earth Metal; for example La/TREM: 99.9%, TREM: 99%, means La element content is 99.9% in the total content of Rare Earth Metal and Total content of Rare Earth Metal is 99%.

 

Total content of Rare Earth Metal are include those elements, Total 16 elements. They are La, Ce, Pr, Nd, Sm, Eu, Gd, Tb, Dy, Ho, Er, Tm, Yb, Lu, Sc, Y

RE = rare earth

REM = rare-earth metals

REE = rare-earth elements

REO = rare-earth oxides

REY = rare-earth elements and yttrium

LREE = light rare earth elements (Sc, La, Ce, Pr, Nd, Pm, Sm, Eu, and Gd; also known as the cerium group)

HREE = heavy rare earth elements (Y, Tb, Dy, Ho, Er, Tm, Yb, and Lu; also known as the yttrium group

 

Like carbides, nitrides are often refractory materials owing to their high lattice energy which reflects the strong attraction of "N3−" for the metal cation. Thus, titanium nitride and silicon nitride are used as cutting materials and hard coatings. Hexagonal boron nitride, which adopts a layered structure, is a useful high-temperature lubricant akin to molybdenum disulfide. Nitride compounds often have large band gaps, thus nitrides are usually insulators or wide bandgap semiconductors, examples include boron nitride and silicon nitride. The wide band gap material gallium nitride is prized for emitting blue light in LEDs. Like some oxides, nitrides can absorb hydrogen and have been discussed in the context of hydrogen storage, e.g. lithium nitride.

 

Transition metal nitrides: See also: Zirconium nitride, Tungsten nitride, Vanadium nitride, Tantalum nitride, and Niobium nitride

For the group 3 metals, scandium nitride (ScN) is known. Yttrium nitride (YN) is also known. Group 4, 5, and 6 transition metals, that is the titanium, vanadium and chromium groups all form nitrides. They are refractory, with high melting point and are chemically stable. Representative is titanium nitride. Sometimes these materials are called "interstitial nitrides."

 

Niobium nitrides, NbN main use is as a superconductor. Detectors based on it can detect a single photon in the 1-10 micrometer section of the infrared spectrum, which is important for astronomy and telecomunications. It can detect changes up to 25 gigahertz. Niobium nitride is also used in absorbing anti-reflective coatings.  Niobium Nitride,NbN At low temperatures (about 16 K), niobium nitride becomes a superconductor, and is used in detectors for infrared light.

 

Materialization methods are available to allow AlN to be used in electronics applications similar to those of alumina and beryllium oxide.

Currently there is much research into developing light-emitting diodes to operate in the ultraviolet using the gallium nitride based semiconductors and, using the alloy aluminum gallium nitride, wavelengths as short as 250 nm have been achieved. In May 2006, an inefficient AlN LED emission at 210 nm has been reported.

Among the applications of AlN are: opto-electronics,dielectric layers in optical storage media,electronic substrates, chip carriers where high thermal conductivity is essential, military applications, as a crucible to grow crystals of gallium arsenide, steel and semiconductor manufacturing.

Epitaxially grown thin film crystalline aluminum nitride is also used for surface acoustic wave sensors (SAWs) deposited on silicon wafers because of the AlN's piezoelectric properties. One application is an RF filter used in mobile phones called a thin film bulk acoustic resonator (FBAR). This is a MEMS device that uses aluminum nitride sandwiched between two metal layers.

 

Boron Nitride material are includes Hexagonal BN and Cubic boron nitride material, Amorphous boron nitride. Hexagonal BN is the most widely used polymorph, The lubricating properties of fine-grained h-BN are used in cosmetics, paints, dental cements, and pencil leads. Because of its excellent thermal and chemical stability, boron nitride ceramics are traditionally used as parts of high-temperature equipment. h-BN can be included in ceramics, alloys, resins, plastics, rubbers, and other materials, giving them self-lubricating properties. Hexagonal BN is used in xerographic process and laser printers as a charge leakage barrier layer of the photo drum.  Cubic boron nitride (CBN or c-BN) is widely used as an abrasive, Boron nitride binds well with metals, due to formation of interlayers of metal borides or nitrides. Materials with cubic boron nitride crystals are often used in the tool bits of cutting tools. For grinding applications, softer binders, e.g. resin, porous ceramics, and soft metals are used.  Layers of amorphous boron nitride (a-BN) are used in some semiconductor devices, e.g. MISFETs. They can be prepared by chemical decomposition of trichloroborazine with caesium, or by thermal chemical vapor deposition methods. Thermal CVD can be also used for deposition of h-BN layers, or at high temperatures, c-BN. Addition of boron nitride to silicon nitride ceramics improves the thermal shock resistance of the resulting material. For the same purpose, BN is added also to silicon nitride-alumina and titanium nitride-alumina ceramics. Other materials being reinforced with BN are, e.g., alumina and zirconia, borosilicate glasses, glass ceramics, enamels, and composite ceramics with titanium boride-boron nitride and titanium boride-aluminium nitride-boron nitride and silicon carbide-boron nitride composition

 

 

 

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