Indium Oxide/Tin Oxide (In2O3/SnO2 90/10 WT%) is among one of the most heavily utilized compounds in the thin film industry due to its electrical conductivity and optical transparency. Specifically, the 90/10 WT% composition has a melting point of approximately 1,800°C and a density of 7.14 g/cc. The color of various ITO compounds range from pale yellow to dark green or dark grey. It is evaporated or sputtered under vacuum to generate transparent conductive layers in the manufacture of LCDs and various optical coatings. Thin films of ITO are created for the development of sensors, as well as, a glass coating for the automotive industry.
|Material Type||Indium Tin Oxide|
|Symbol||In2O3/SnO2 90/10 wt %|
|Melting Point (°C)||1,800|
Vacuum evaporation means the evaporation materials are evaporated to atoms or molecules in vacuum by current heating, electron beam heating and laser heating. Atoms or molecules make rectilinear motion to impact substrate surface and condense to form films.
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