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Quartz Crucible

For Laboratory & Industrial Purpose

Quartz Crucible is a non-crystalline form of silicon dioxide (SiO_2). Its highly cross-linked three-dimensional structure gives rise to its high use temperature and low thermal expansion coefficient. Quartz Crucible can be available in two forms i.e. Milky and translucent. Milky quartz is crystalline quartz that is white and translucent to almost opaque due to numerous evenly distributed gas and/or fluid inclusions. Quartz crucibles can also be used in other industrial applications such as glass melting, chemical processing, and powder calcination because of their high purity and excellent chemical resistance.

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Quartz Crucible


A quartz crucible is a container made from high-purity fused quartz or fused silica glass that is used in high-temperature applications, particularly in the manufacturing of semiconductor wafers. It is designed to withstand extreme temperatures and thermal shock, making it ideal for use in high-temperature applications.

Quartz crucibles are commonly used in the production of semiconductor wafers, where they are used to hold and melt semiconductor materials such as silicon or gallium arsenide. They are also used in the production of LEDs, solar cells, and other electronic components that require high-purity materials.

Quartz crucibles are known for their excellent thermal stability and resistance to thermal shock, which allows them to be used in applications that require high temperatures and rapid temperature changes. They are also highly resistant to chemical attack, which makes them ideal for use in corrosive environments.

Quartz crucibles can be manufactured in a variety of shapes and sizes to meet the needs of different applications. They can be used in both batch and continuous processes and can be reused multiple times with proper cleaning and maintenance.

Overall, quartz crucibles are an essential tool in the production of high-purity materials used in electronic and semiconductor applications. Their unique properties make them ideal for use in applications that require high-temperature stability, thermal shock resistance, and chemical resistance.

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