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Large Selection of 1 Inch Silicon Wafers In stock

If you're a university researcher, you can order the same silicon wafers that are used for manufacturing. These are the most affordable and convenient solutions for research on silicon. Aside from being extremely cheap, they're also a good investment. Then, you can easily start using 1 Inch silicon for your university projects today!

You can buy as few as one wafer or large volumes. We cater to the researcher who needs a high-quality, but affordable substrate to experiment on.

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Below Are Just Some of the 1 Inch Silicon Wafers that We Carry

We have a large selection of standard and hard to find specs in stock. We work with the researcher to provide the best specs for their research. Fast delivery is a must and we carry in inventory the following. If you don't see what you need, just let us know!

Wafer Dopings:

  • Undoped
  • Boron (B)
  • Gallium (Ga)
  • Arsenic (As)
  • Antimony (Sb)
  • Degenerately Doped

Wafer Types

Wafer Orientations

  • (100)
  • (111)
  • (110)
  • (112)
  • (531)
  • (311)
  • (211)

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1 inch silicon wafer for research

Substrates for Evaporating Thin film of Polymer Onto

Researchers rested the following spec for their thin film experiment.

1" round Si wafer any orientation, any Res, at least 450 micon thick or more. Single side polish, prime

UniversityWafer, Inc. Quoted and Sold the following wafer:

Si Wafer
1", 450um, SSP, P<100>, 1-40 ohm-cm
Quantity: 12 Wafers
FOB Price: $Please contact us

5 Ways to Use One Inch Silicon Wafers for University Research

University researchers have been using 1 Inch Silicon Wafers for their battery research for many years. Fortunately, a low-cost solution is now available for this purpose. Here are some of the ways you can use them. The first is to create your own custom silicon wafers. You can make your own by selecting a material from our catalog. Then, you'll be able to design your own surface.

The second method involves the use of reclaimed Test and Prime 1 Inch Silicon Wafers. Reclaimed wafers are Prime and Test grade silicon that has been treated for reuse. The result is chip-scale specimens that are successfully bonded after the microfabrication process. If you want to save money and have the same quality, you can purchase reclaimed wafers. However, you must check the specifications carefully.

Reclaimed Silicon Wafers are also an affordable way to use these materials for university research. They are Prime or Test grade silicon wafers that have undergone some type of reprocessing. This method can produce chips with similar characteristics as virgin Wafers. These are also cheaper than virgin Test and Prime Wafers. You should be able to find these types of products at most universities, but be sure to check the price before purchasing.

The second method is to grow a thin layer of Thermal Oxide on a silicon wafer. This method requires oxidizing agents and heat to build the nitride layer. The material is commonly used for dielectric materials such as MEMs devices. The best way to get 1 inch Silicon Wafers is to order them from a company that has a large supply. The cost is low, but the benefits are plentiful.

The second method of microfabrication is a passive alignment technique. This method is effective for university research and is a great choice for research that requires a high level of precision. XPS analysis is a great way to create this type of high-precision layer. Moreover, this technique can create a single-crystal silicon wafer. After the microfabrication process, these samples can be used to develop various products and applications.

Using the thermal oxide process, it is possible to produce a thermal oxide layer on a silicon wafer. This technique involves using oxidizing agents and heat. It is most commonly used for dielectric materials and semiconductor devices. Unlike other types of silicon wafers, this method can produce dry thermal oxides. In addition, this method is not only cheaper but is also easier than the others.

Another method involves creating a thermal oxide layer on a silicon wafer. This technique is used for both silicon and graphene. It is also used for MEMs devices. The thermal oxide layer can be applied on one or both sides of the wafer. The latter will reduce the cost of the chip. A thicker layer is more expensive than a thin one. Ultimately, you can choose to have thiner silicon wafers for university research, or a combination of both.

Another option is to use reclaimed wafers. This is a process that can yield chip-scale specimens, and it is much cheaper than buying virgin Test or Prime wafers. It is also possible to buy pre-made silicon ware. There are a number of companies that sell one-inch Silicon Wafers for university research. These companies can produce a wide variety of different types of semiconductors.

You can also purchase reclaimed wafers. Reclaimed silicon wafers are a good alternative to new ones. They are slightly thinner than virgin Test wafers, but can still be used for research projects. They can be very useful for making semiconductor devices. Some of these labs even use them as particle monitors. They can be a good alternative to virgin silicon wafers. These are the best options for university research.

Where Can You Buy CZ and FZ 1 Inch Silicon Wafers Online?

See below for our 1 Inch silicon wafer inventory. Or Buy Online!

Note: Surface - P = Polished, E = Etched, C = AsCut, Ox = Oxide (on that surface); Material - CZ unless noted

Item Type/Dopant Ori Dia. Thk (μm) Polish Res Ωcm Specs
D975 N/Ph [100] 1" 475 ±10 E/E FZ >500 {1,900-2,400} NO Flats, Soft cst
G519 N/Ph [111] ±0.5° 1" 280 P/P FZ 2,000-10,000 NO Flats, TTV<5μm, Soft cst
7104 Undoped [100] 1" 300 P/P FZ >20,000 Prime, NO Flats, Soft cst
D355 Undoped [100] 1" 320 P/E FZ >20,000 Prime, NO Flats, Soft cst
5447 Undoped [100] 1" 500 P/E FZ >20,000 SEMI Prime, 1Flat, hard cst
6926 Undoped [100] 1" 525 P/P FZ >20,000 Prime, NO Flats, Soft cst
I745 Undoped [100] 1" 160 P/P FZ >10,000 Prime, NO Flats, hard cst, TTV<8μm
6446 Undoped [100] 0.5" 12,700 C/C FZ >10,000 NO Flats, a set of 4 rods sealed in polyehtylene foil
5427 Undoped [111] ±0.5° 1" 500 P/P FZ >15,000 SEMI Prime, 1Flat, hard cst
1978 Undoped [111] ±0.5° 1" 1,000 P/E FZ 14,000-30,000 NO Flats, Soft cst, Cassettes of 7, 6, 6 wafers
4427 Undoped [111] ±2° 1" 27,870 C/C FZ >10,000 Single Crystal Silicon Rod, 0.39" diameter × 27.87±0.1mm
7043 P/B [100] 1" 800 P/E 8-12 SEMI Prime, 1Flat, Soft cst
6567 P/B [100] 1" 300 P/P 4-6 SEMI Prime, 1Flat, Soft cst
C320 P/B [100] 1" 100 ±15 P/P 1-10 Prime, NO Flats, in sealed bags of 5 wafers.
5426 P/B [100] 24mm 300 P/E 1-100 Prime, NO Flats, hard cst
6643 P/B [100] 1" 300 P/E 1-10 SEMI Prime, 1Flat, Soft cst
F631 P/B [100] 24.3mm 300 P/E 1-10 {1.5-1.7} Prime, NO Flats, hard cst
G536 P/B [100] 1" 300 P/E 1-10 Prime, NO Flats, Soft cst
6166 P/B [100] 1" 525 ±10 P/E 1-30 Prime, NO Flats, Soft cst, TTV<5μm
6996 P/B [100] 1" 525 ±10 P/E 1-30 Prime, NO Flats, Soft cassettes of 20 wafers each, TTV<5μm
7146 P/B [100] 28.8 525 P/E 1-30 Prime, NO Flats, Soft cst
L678 P/B [100] 1" 3,000 P/E 1-50 Prime, NO Flats, Individual cst, Group of 13 wafers
5092 P/B [100] 1" 275 P/E 0.015-0.020 SEMI Prime, 1Flat, Soft cst
6879 P/B [100] 1" 275 P/E 0.0022-0.0025 Prime, NO Flats, Soft cst
6908 P/B [100] 1" 250 ±10 P/P <0.02 Prime, NO Flats, Soft cst
G704 P/B [111] ±0.5° 1" 50 ±10 P/P 1-100 NO Flats, Soft cst
K729 N/Ph [100] 1" 50 ±10 P/P >20 SEMI Prime, 1Flat, TTV<5μm, in single wafer trays between clean-room sheets, MOQ 4 wafers
7216 N/Ph [100] 1" 280 P/E 1-5 SEMI Prime, 1Flat, Soft cst
6179 N/Ph [100] 1" 1,500 P/E 1-20 Prime, NO Flats, Soft cst
6595 N/Ph [100] 1" 525 P/E 0.05-0.15 SEMI, 1Flat, Soft cst
19A2 N/Ph [111] 1" 330 P/E FZ >90 Prime, NO Flats, hard cst
19I1 P/B [100] 1" 775 P/E 8-12 SEMI Prime, 1Flat, Soft cst
19D1 P/B [100] 24mm 300 P/E 1-100 Prime, NO Flats, Soft cst
19J1 P/B [100] 1" 300 P/E 1-10 Prime, NO Flats, Soft cst
19B1 P/B [100] 1" 500 P/E 1-10 Ile zostalo ?
19H2 P/B [100] 1" 275 P/E 0.002-0.005 Prime, NO Flats, hard cst
VS1 N/Ph [100] 1" 50 ±10 P/P >20 SEMI Prime, 1Flat, TTV<5μm, in single wafer trays between clean-room sheets, MOQ 5 wafers
18X2 N/Ph [100] 1" 300 P/E 1-20 SEMI Prime, 1Flat, hard cst
18Y N/As [100] 1" 300 P/P 0.001-0.005 Prime, NO Flats, hard cst
18W2 N/As [111] 1" 380 P/E 0.002-0.007 SEMI Prime, 1Flat, hard cst

What Silicon Wafers Can be Used to Transmit THz Wavelengths?

Researcher:

I was wondering if I could get a quote for 2 pieces of 1" Double side polished, High Resistivity Silicon Wafers. We need the wafer to transmit THz wavelengths (1-5 THz).

UniversityWafer, Inc. Quoted and researcher purchased:

Si Item #7104
1" Intrinsic Si:- [100] 300um DSP FZ >20,000 ohm-cm Prime, NO Flats

$Reference #259291

1 Inch Wafers Used in Battery Research

Typically, anodes using silicon nanoparticles add carbon as a conductive additive and binder for increased mechanical stability. They overcome the price and scale barriers for nanowire batteries by offering more mechanical stability and cycle cycles than other silicon electrodes.

Researchers at a large European university have used the following wafer spec in their battery research.

Si Item #3105
25.4mm P/B <100> .01-.05 ohm-cm 500um DSP Test Grade NO flats, COMPLETELY round