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Indium Hires Product Support Specialist

Photonics.com
Oct 2010
CLINTON, N.Y., Oct. 6, 2010 — Premier materials supplier Indium Corp. announced that Brook Sandy was hired as a product support specialist.

Based at the global headquarters in Clinton, Sandy will serve as a liaison between the company’s production team and customers. In addition, she will work with the R&D department on new product introductions and assist the global sales team with presenting its products.

Sandy brings to the company experience in the development of conductive adhesives and inks. She has also worked with a variety of analytical equipment for the characterization of chemicals.

Indium supplies materials to the global electronics, semiconductor, solar, thin film and thermal management markets. Its products include solders, performs and fluxes; brazes; sputter targets; indium, gallium and germanium chemicals and sourcing; and Reactive NanoFoil.

For more information, visit: www.indium.com 



GLOSSARY
electronics
That branch of science involved in the study and utilization of the motion, emissions and behaviors of currents of electrical energy flowing through gases, vacuums, semiconductors and conductors, not to be confused with electrics, which deals primarily with the conduction of large currents of electricity through metals.
germanium
A crystalline semiconductor material that transmits in the infrared.
indium
Metal used in components of the crystalline semiconductor alloys indium gallium arsenide (InGaAs), indium gallium arsenide phosphide (InGaAsP), and the binary semiconductor indium phosphide (InP). The first two are lattice-matched to InP as the light-emitting medium for lasers or light-emitting diodes in the 1.06- to 1.7-µm range, and the last are used as a substrate and cladding layer.
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