high purity glassy carbon, platinum, gold, silver, and palladium (mirror polished)
high purity glassy carbon, pyrolytic graphite (edge-plane and basal-plane orientations)
platinum, gold, silver, and palladium (5 mm OD x 4 mm thick, mirror polished)
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disk materials include aluminum alloys, copper alloys, and nickel alloys (Hastelloy and Monel)
disk materials include p-doped and n-doped silicon (5 mm OD x 4 mm thick, mirror polished)
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