99.999% PURE PHOSPHIDE COMPOUNDS PROMOTE HIGHER YIELDS
Phosphides can be difficult to manufacture due to their often highly toxic properties and reactions to overheating and oxygen. Despite those challenges, Materion’s chemical expertise allows us to successfully produce a range of phosphide compounds for multiple applications. The higher purity achieved by our manufacturing processes translates into increased yields for our customers.
HIGH QUALITY PHOSPHIDE COMPOUNDS USED IN VARIETY OF PRODUCTS
Phosphides are critical in the production of many industrial and commercial products. Some better known uses include:
- Wide band gap semiconductor
- Laser diodes
- High power & high frequency electronics
- Lithium-ion batteries
- Photovoltaics – used due to high optical absorption
CUSTOM PHOSPHIDE COMPOSITIONS AVAILABLE
Our high-purity phosphide compounds are manufactured to your precise requirements. Manufacturing processes can vary by product, process and end use. Compositions are available in multiple forms including powders, pieces, granules and pellets. Some standard phosphides include:
Search our Inorganic Chemicals Online Catalog for phosphides and other chemical compositions.
ADVANTAGES OF 50+ YEARS EXPERIENCE IN PRODUCING INORGANIC CHEMICALS
You can rely on Materion experts to appropriately handle phosphides that are often highly toxic, as well as thousands of other inorganic chemicals. We have extensive experience that enables us to provide these capabilities:
- High vacuum induction e-beam melting, induction melting
- Hazardous materials handling
- High temperature & wet chemical synthesis
- Inert gas hot-press
- Development of new, experimental materials with tailored physical properties
- Scaling manufacturing quantities from R&D to full production levels
With our expertise in inorganic chemicals, we can partner with you to identify the best phosphide compound to meet your requirements. Contact the Materion Chemist.
Interested in pricing information? Use our Request a Quote form to provide the details on your phosphide compound requirements.