fused quartz


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fused quartz

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In addition, it designs and fabricates application-specific crystals, lenses, prisms, mirrors and laser components and substrates, as well as other custom and standard borosilicate, clear fused quartz and synthetic fused silica glass products.
Since 1992 Rayotek has engineered and manufactured sapphire, glass, fused quartz and fused silica products, enabling world class companies to bring cutting-edge products to market.
Tenders are invited for Supply Of Fused Quartz Substrates
In addition to the carbon-fiber truss tube, a trio of cooling fans for the primary mirror, a dual-speed 3-inch Crayford-style focuser, and a pair of Losmandy-style dovetail mounting bars, the scope features both mirrors made of fused quartz.
Made from highly polished fused quartz, the plates are suitable for the most demanding cell-based assay requiring monitoring in the UV region down to 200 nm.
Other in-stock substrates include BK-7; Corning 0211; Corning Eagle 2000 XG; Corning ULE; Glaverbel float; OCLI front surface mirror; Pilkington Optiwhite; PPG Starphire; Schott's AF-37, AF-45, and B-270; fused silica; fused quartz, and more.
Coined as the 'Superman' memory crystal, as the glass memory has been compared to the "memory crystals" used in the Superman films, the data is recorded via self-assembled nanostructures created in fused quartz, which is able to store vast quantities of data for over a million years.
The mineral oil has the same index-of-refraction as fused quartz near laboratory room temperature, is odorless, non-toxic, relatively nonflammable and non-volatile, inexpensive, and very stable.
Plus (although unknown to some), fused quartz lab ware is readily available, even in custom vessel designs, and offers high value for appropriate applications.
From raw materials to production equipment, fused quartz ware is integral to quality and productivity in the semiconductor industry.
A clear vitreous solid, formed by melting pure quartz, fused quartz can withstand high temperatures and is extremely transparent to ultraviolet radiation.
As the photovoltaic industry advances, the use of fused quartz becomes more vital, in creating thin films and silicon chips as well as manufacturing and laboratory ware.