Tungsten Titanium Alloy Target for Chips The main reason why new semiconductor chips choose tungsten titanium alloy targets as the diffusion barrier and bonding layer is that the alloy has good surface adhesion and excellent heat dissipation properties. In this way, the prepared product will have a higher comprehensive performance. Tungsten-titanium alloy is an alloy that […]
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Recovery of Titanium Metal Scrap With the fast development of science and technology, especially the development of aerospace and other industries, the increasing demand for titanium metal has greatly promoted the development of the titanium industry, but at the same time, a large amount of titanium metal scrap has also been produced. So in this […]
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Chemical Properties of Titanium Titanium is an important metal developed in the 1950s. Because of its excellent physical and chemical properties, many countries in the world have successively researched and developed it. At present, titanium is widely used in aviation, aerospace, chemical, petroleum, power, medical, construction, sports goods, and other fields. In this article, we’ll […]
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