Produce nitrous oxide that meets the exacting requirements of the electronics industry.
The purest forms of Ammonium Nitrate possible are needed to create high-quality nitrous oxide (also known as Dinitrogen moNOxide, N₂O or laughing gas) for use in the electronics industry. In turn, this means gas suppliers need a secure supply of high-purity Ammonium Nitrate.
Nitrous oxide is essential for VLSI (very large-scale integration) or ULSI (ultra-large-scale integration). It is used for the gas-phase chemical deposition stage during the production of semiconductors, LCD displays and thin-film oxides for products including:
You'll get the purest solid form ammonium nitrate, with no anti-caking agent or other additives. It is 99.9% pure.
Your gas production costs are reduced as you can decrease the number of purification steps required thanks to the high purity of the source material.
Also, our advanced logistics systems offer full product traceability from our raw material to the end-user plant.
Get the uninterrupted supply you need for the efficient operation of an industrial gas plant, semiconductor fabrication plant or LCD plant.
Rely on our expertise and global logistics footprint with 200 terminals and warehouses around the world to ensure a reliable supply from the world's largest nitrates manufacturer. Get reliable delivery, anywhere in the world.
You know you are working with market-leading experts because the world’s most reliable gas companies have already chosen our product for their electronics VLSI or ULSI grade nitrous oxide.
Yara can also supply directly to your production plant if needed.
Ammonium Nitrate Electronics Grade is not a toxic material, but exposure to decomposition product may cause a health hazard with toxic fumes. Although it is not itself combustible, Ammonium Nitrate can support combustion, even in absence of air.
Ammonium Nitrate can be stored and used safely provided safety instructions are followed.
The safety data sheets for our products are produced in accordance with current regulations and outline the risks associated with the use of our chemicals.