Indium Corporation Datasheets for Metal Rod and Bar Stock

Metal rod and bar stock are metals and alloys in the form of round bars or rod, square bars, rectangular or flat bars, hexagons, and other bar stock shapes.
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Indium Metal -- High-Purity 6N5WCI Indium Bar (500g) "Our 6N5WCI (with controlled impurities) indium is refined for use in critical bulk crystal growth and in epitazial processes including molecular beam (MBE), liquid phase (LPE), and vapor phase (VPE)...
Indium Metal -- 99.99% Indium Anode Typical Indium Analysis 99.99% PPMWT Fe : 1-2 Ni : 2-6 Cu : 2-6 Cd : 5-10 Pb : 10-30 Sn : 10-25 Ti : 1-4 Analysis by OES *...
Indium Metal -- 117°F Eutectic Fusible Alloy Bar
Indium Metal -- 136°F Eutectic Fusible Alloy Bar
Fusible Alloys include a group of binary, ternary, quaternary, and quinary alloys containing Bismuth, lead, tin, cadmium and indium. The term fusible alloy refers to any of the more than...
Indium Metal -- Indium-Tin Alloy Bar - 90In 10Sn (1lb)
Indium Metal -- Indium-Tin Alloy Bar - 91In 9Sn (1lb)
Indium-tin alloys are useful where lower temperatures are required to protect heat-sensitive components and substrates. The indium-tin eutectic with a sharp melting point has excellent wettability on nonmetallic materials. It...
Indium Metal -- High-Purity 6N5WCI Indium Bar (1kg) Our 6N5WCI (with controlled impurities) indium is refined for use in critical bulk crystal growth and in epitazial processes including molecular beam (MBE), liquid phase (LPE), and vapor phase (VPE)...
Indium Metal -- High-Purity 6N5 Indium Bar (1kg)
Indium Metal -- High-Purity 6N5 Indium Bar (500g)
This purity is especially suited for the production of single crystal III-V compound semiconductors, such as indium Phosphide used as substrates for fabrication of integrated circuits or discrete devices such...
Indium Metal -- High-Purity 6N Indium Bar (1kg)
Indium Metal -- High-Purity 6N Indium Bar (500g)
We produce 6N material with impurities held to less than 100 ppb/weight as analyzed by OES. 6N (and often 5N) indium is selected when the user's application offers enough flexibility...