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Lanthanum (La) Sputtering Targets

Lanthanum (La)

Lanthanum (La) is atomic number 57 and appears as a silvery-white material. Lanthanum has a series named after it, the lanthanide series which all have similar qualities. This material was first used as gas lantern mantels in street lights in the 1800s. Now, Lanthanum and its various compounds play a diverse role in material science from composing the tips of cot cathodes, components in ZBLAN glass, and even is used in scintillators.


Lanthanum (La) Sputtering Targets

We offer our Lanthanum (La) Targets in 99.9% purity. You can add requests for our most common circular targets below which range in diameters from 1″ to 8″ round, and from 0.125″ Thick & 0.25″ Thick.  If you’d like a quote on a custom Lanthanum (La) Sputtering Target please visit our custom request form to get exactly what you need!

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