Indium is a very soft, silvery-white metal with a brilliant luster. Currently, its primary application is to form transparent electrodes from indium tin oxide in liquid crystal displays. It's also widely used in thin-films to form lubricated layers and used for making particularly low melting point alloys.
1. Indium ingot, bar
2. Indium foil, strip, ribbon
3. Indium wire
4. Indium pellet
5. Indium Tin Oxide ( ITO ) tablet
6. Indium Tin Oxide ( ITO ) sputtering target
Indium Tin Oxide (ITO)
ITO is transparent and colorless in thin layers. The typical In2O3 to SnO2 ratios by weight, are 90: 10, 95: 5, and 80: 20. ITO thin films are most commonly deposited on surfaces by physical vapor deposition, electron beam evaporation, or a variety of sputtering techniques. ITO is mainly used to make transparent conductive coatings for LCD, FPD, OLED, touch panel, plasma display, solar cell, antistatic coating, EMI shielding, and etc.
Besides, ITO is widely used for various optical coatings for infrared-reflecting, ultraviolet-absorbing, transparency-intensifying purposes.