What is Titanium Silicide TiSi2 Powder?

Introduction of Titanium Silicide TiSi2 Pulver

Titanium disilicide

TiSi2 (the chemical formula) is an inorganic compound made of titanium and silica. It is a dark-gray square crystal which can also be powdered and used to make target materials. It’s a silicide that is metallic. These raw materials include titanium and the silicon metals. It exhibits high conductivity, high temperature stability and excellent electrical properties.

Titanium silicicide TiSi2 Powder – Physicochemical properties

Among metal silicides like TiSi2, NiSi or CoSi2, WSi2, TaSi2 and MoSi2, titanium silicide stands out. This silicide offers excellent properties, including good electrical conductivity, selectivity, thermal stability and good process adaptability.

TiSi2 Titanium Powder Properties
Additional Names TiSi2 Powder, titanium disilicide
CAS No. 12039-83-7
Formula compound TiSi2
Molecular Weight 104.04
Appearance black powder
Melting Point 1470 degC
Boiling Point N/A
Density 4.02g/cm3
Solubility in water N/A
Get the exact Mass 103.9018
Titanium Silicide TISi2 Powder, CAS 12039-883-7

Other Elements

Si: What does it mean?

Si (atomic symbol Si; atomic number fourteen) is an element in the Period P group 14, with an atomic Mass of 28.855. Silicium, which is second after oxygen in terms of its weight, makes up 25.7 per cent of the Earth’s crust. The metals are rarely found in their pure form. Instead, they are made from an iron/silicon alloy known as ferrosilicon. Glass’ main constituent is Element Silicon, also known as silicon dioxide. This is one of the most affordable materials, with excellent mechanical, optical and thermal properties. You can make ultra-pure silica by adding boron or gallium, phosphorous, or arsenic. Silicon is then used in rectifiers and transistors as well other solid state devices that are widely used in electronic industry.

What’s Ti?

With an atomic mass 47.867, Titanium, also known as Ti (atomic number 22), is a 4th-period group D element. The basic form of titanium is silver-gray with a white metallic look. Titanium can be chemically and physically identical to zirconium. This is because it has the same amount of valence electronics and falls under the same group on the periodic table. You can find five isotopes naturally: 46Ti-50Ti and 48Ti. The most common (73.8%) being titanium. It is also found in sedimentary rocks.

Titanium Silicide TiSi2 Pulver Production Methods

By reacting titanium with silicon, you can create titanium disilicide.

Ti + Ti 2Si = TiSi2

This can be done by sulfur, aluminum, silicon dioxide and titanium dioxide.

A second method involves reacting titanium tetrachloride and silane, diclosilane, silicon.

TiCl4 + 2SiH4 – TiSi2 + 4HCl + 2H2

TiCl4 + 2SiH2Cl2 + 2H2 – TiS2 + 8HCl

TiCl4 + 3Si – TiSi2 + SiCl4

Titanium Silicide TiSi2 Pulp

In the semiconductor industry, titanium silicide is commonly used. This silicide is typically grown on silicon wires and polysilicon wires with self-aligning silicide technology. It reduces the thickness resistance of local transistor connections. This is a common use in the C54 phase of microelectronics.

The source, gate, leak contacts and interconnections of CMOS integrated Circuits are all made from titanium silicide. These applications require that the titanium silicide phases have low resistivity (20m o –cm) which does not accumulate during high-temperature treatments. For electronic applications, the Ti/Si system contains two silicide layers: C49 TiSi2 has a high resistivity (60-70mo-cm) and C54 TiSi2 has a low resistivity (15-20mo-cm), both formed at 600-700 degrees C.

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