R. D. Mathis Company Technical Literature

Technical info - The R. D. Mathis Company offers several technical papers that relate to various aspects of the thin film coating process. These papers are available to you upon your request and may offer valuable insight into a specific thin film coating questions that you might have. Listed below are the publications, along with a brief description, that we would be happy to send to you upon your request. Click the linked documents below for a PDF version.

Vacuum Evaporation Sources Catalog
Low Voltage, High Current AC Power Supplies "LV Series"- Product Description and specifications

Inert gas Purifier - "GP100" Product Description and Specifications

Thin Film Evaporation Source Reference Guide Includes information and evaporation notes on over 300 materials commonly used in thin film coatings.

Vacuum Evaporation Power Requirement Table Lists voltage and current requirements for all R. D. Mathis Company catalog items.

Evaporation of Metals From a Covered Boat Source Describes techniques for successfully thermally evaporating volatile metals while eliminating particulates from the vapor stream.

Silicon Monoxide Evaporation with the Multi-Baffled Box Source Discusses the problems and solutions of achieving pinhole free dielectric coatings and the elimination of particulates in your vapor stream.

Silicon Monoxide- Properties and evaporation techniques Describes and illustrates characteristics and thin film properties of silicon monoxide as well as thermal evaporation techniques and sources specifically deigned for depositing silicon monoxide.

Evaporation with the Single Grain Box Source Discusses the evaporation of alloys and compounds using thermal evaporation techniques while maintaining material composition and stoichiometry.

The Purification of Inert Gases Compares and describes different methods and techniques for obtaining ultra pure inert gases and discusses systems for maintaining purity levels of these gases.

Evaporation Source Selection Guide Helps you determine which evaporation source type might fit your needs the best.