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silicon rod

The silicon rod has gained popularity as a material for use in a variety of electronics products, whether it is for use as an insulator, transistor, laser diode, or any other use. Despite being a solid material, silicon can be formed into a variety of shapes, which opens up a wide range of potential applications. Understanding a silicon rod's microstructure and manufacturing energy requirements is also crucial.

Typical applications for silicon rods

The preforming of various fiber kinds is one of silicon rods' typical uses. The rod's primary purpose in this application is to create mechanical stress in fibers. Additionally, it is employed in the manufacture of photonic crystal fibers. A popular material for these applications is silicon nitride. High wear resistance, high strength, and resistance to thermal shock are some of its characteristics. Rapid production of the rod is possible using gas feedstock. Additionally, it performs well while pulling CZ crystals. Additionally, it has a variety of uses in the semiconductor sector.

Pores and fissures define the polycrystalline silicone tips structural characteristics. The rod's total porosity ranges from 0.01 to 0.2. The temperature of the rod can be used to regulate this porosity. It should ideally be between 0.01 and 0.2.

Thermal breakdown of a highly refined reactant gas results in the production of polycrystalline silicon rods. It could be an inert gas or hydrogen gas. In the reactant gas, silicon-containing chemicals typically range in concentration from 3 to 30 mol%. The flow rate of the reaction gas is also managed. The preferred range is 6 to 60 kg/h per 1 m2 of rod surface.

Why choose Legenday Technology silicon rod?

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