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Tungsten is improved by the high-temperature properties and corrosion resistance of molybdenum. The molybdenum tungsten alloy is available in different compositions from MW20 with 20 percent tungsten by weight to MW50 with 50 percent tungsten by weight.
This material data has been provided by Plansee.
Base plates for semiconductors
Components for epitaxial growth processes
Cylinders for hot isostatic pressing (HIP)
Electrodes for resistance welding made of tungsten and molybdenum
Heating elements for MOCVD
Lead replacement for X-ray shielding
Molybdenum sputtering targets
Nozzles for the production of wool and fibers
Plansee’s newly patented coating material pushing boundaries in sputtering target efficiency
Tungsten Alloy Balancing Weights
Tungsten, molybdenum and tantalum for evaporation coils
MoW materials are primarily used for the manufacture of zinc as well as for stirring tools in the glass industry. In addition, MoW alloys are used to produce sputtering targets for coating flat screens. MoW layers possess enhanced etchability, a property which is of value for the manufacture of thin-film transistors.
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