Indium Phosphide

What is Indium Phosphide?

Indium Phopshide (InP) is a binary semiconductor composed of Indium (In) and Phosphorus (P). InP is used in high power and high-frequency electronics and boasts a superior electron velocity in comparison to more common semiconductors such as Silicon and Gallium Arsenide.

InP is widely used in opto-electronic devices such as laser diodes.

Indium Phosphide Processing

Indium Phosphide has a face-centred cubic crystal structure almost identical to that of GaAs and most of the lll-V semiconductors.

For more information on using Logitech systems in the process of Indium Phosphide contact one of our technical experts

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