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17 November 2015

Indium Corp's new EZ-Pour gallium trichloride simplifies room-temperature processes

Materials manufacturer Indium Corp of Clinton, NY, USA (which supplies to the electronics, semiconductor, thin-film, thermal management and solar markets) says that its new EZ-Pour gallium trichloride (GaCl3) simplifies the use of gallium trichloride by allowing the user to easily transfer the product from one container to another at room temperature.

Traditional gallium trichloride is solid at room temperature and often forms clumps or sticks together during storage and use, inhibiting the efficient and consistent materials transfer between vessels and processing equipment, says Indium Corp. In contrast, the unique free form of EZ-Pour gallium trichloride solves this challenge by eliminating clumping and enabling fast, efficient, safe and accurate transfer, the firm claims.

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Visit: www.indium.com/gallium-trichloride

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