Molybdenum plates are commonly used in various industries due to their excellent mechanical, thermal, and electrical properties. They are often utilized in applications such as furnace components, semiconductor manufacturing, aerospace, and defense. Molybdenum plates are available in different thicknesses to suit specific requirements.

1. Thin Molybdenum Plates: These are generally available in thicknesses ranging from 0.1 millimeters (mm) to 1.0 mm. Thin molybdenum plates are commonly used in electronics, such as as back contact layers in thin-film solar cells or as heat sinks in integrated circuits.

2. Medium Molybdenum Plates: These plates usually have thicknesses ranging from 1.0 mm to 10.0 mm. They find applications in various industries, including furnace construction, glass manufacturing, and as structural components in high-temperature environments.

3. Thick Molybdenum Plates: Thick molybdenum plates typically have thicknesses ranging from 10.0 mm to 50.0 mm or even higher. These plates are used for demanding applications such as missile and aircraft parts, armor plating, and high-temperature crucibles.