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The Properties of optical glass

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Published by Springer-Verlag in Berlin, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Optical glass.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementHans Bach, Norbert Neuroth, editors.
    SeriesSchott series on glass and glass ceramics
    ContributionsBach, Hans, 1930-, Neuroth, Norbert, 1926-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC375 .P78 1995
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvii, 410 p. :
    Number of Pages410
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1278190M
    ISBN 103540583572, 0387583572
    LC Control Number95009925

      Arun K. Varshneya is the editor of Processing, Properties, and Applications of Glass and Optical Materials, published by Wiley.. Helmut A. Schaeffer is the editor of Processing, Properties, and Applications of Glass and Optical Materials, published by Wiley.. Kathleen. R. Richardson is the editor of Processing, Properties, and Applications of Glass and Optical Materials, published by Wiley. SCHOTT AG SCHOTT AG is a German glass manufacturer. SCHOTT also publishes a glass catalog (SCHOTT Optical Glass Datasheets), which is a standard reference for the properties of many optical .

    Ohara optical glass serves as the cornerstone of advanced optical systems and is widely used in digital devices, such as digital cameras, cellular camera phones, and LCD projectors. Our leading edge materials are also used in optical devices such as microscopes and astronomical telescopes. Crown glass is a type of optical glass used in lenses and other optical components. It has relatively low refractive index (≈) and low dispersion (with Abbe numbers around 60). Crown glass is produced from alkali-lime silicates containing approximately 10% potassium oxide and is one of the earliest low dispersion glasses.. As well as the specific material named crown glass, there are.

    The book begins with an overview of tellurite glasses, followed by expert chapters on synthesis, properties, and state-of-the-art applications ranging from laser glass, optical fibers, and optical communications through color tuning, plasmonics, supercontinuum generation, and .   J. H. Burge University of Arizona 1 Optical Materials. Important properties: • Optical o Wavelength range o Refractive index o Dispersion o dn/dT o Optical quality transmission, bubbles, homogeneity, birefringence,.. • Mechanical o CTE o Young’s modulus o Density o Thermal conductivity o Specific heat o Hardness o Melting point o Fracture toughness o Climatic resistance.


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"The book should be acquired by all libraries with an interest in glass science and applications the title will endure for many years as the standard work on the properties of optical glass." IJ Wilson, Optical Systems Engineering "I consider this book at least as a must for people concerned with glasses and glass ceramics" - Physicalia show more.

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