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    Glass Tube and Rod - (62 companies)
    ...or tubes can have round, square or specialized shapes. Multi-bore glass tube and rod is also available. Types of Glass Tube and Rod. There are many different types of glass tube and rod. Silica-based glass is the most common type, but specialty glasses... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Quartz tube and rod are hollow or solid stock shapes of fused quartz materials. They are used in laboratories, semiconductors, sight glasses, and level gages. Quartz tubes and rods are also used in X-ray tube, optical, lamp, pharma, vacuum tube stem... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Capillary Electrophoresis Equipment - (48 companies)
    Capillary electrophoresis (CE) is a family of related separation techniques that use narrow-bore fused-silica capillaries to separate a complex array of large and small molecules. High voltages are used to separate molecules based on differences... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    How to Select Watch Glasses. Image Credit: ISOLAB. Watch glasses are circular, slightly-concave pieces of glass that are used by chemists to evaporate liquids and cover beakers during sample preparation. They are also used to hold solids during... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Test Tubes - (90 companies)
    ...plastic tubes, but often more expensive. Fused silica is suitable for applications that require good, long-term thermal stability. Borosilicate glass can withstand thermal shock and chemical attack, making it a common test tube material for chemistry... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    ...is used in everyday products such as bottles, jars, drinking glasses, and window glass. Lead glass (also called lead-alkali glass) has a high percentage of lead oxide (at least 20%) to increase its index of refraction. It is relatively soft, a better... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    NMR Tubes hold samples in NMR spectrometers. They are thin glass walled tubes, uniformly thick and balanced for smooth spinning. NMR Tubes Information. Image Credit: Goss Scientific. An NMR tube is a thin glass walled tube used to contain samples... Learn More
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    Typically, both types of plastic products are extruded. When selecting plastic cores and tubes, there are several parameters to consider. These include tube shape, wall thickness, and cap-and-plug options. Most plastic tubes and plastic cores... Learn More
  • Glass Fabrication Services - (374 companies)
    ...chalcogenide or sulphide, and fluoride glass. Additional or secondary capabilities to consider when searching for providers of glass fabrication services include chemical treating, glass to metal bonding, glass to ceramic bonding, etching or blasting... Search by Specification | Learn More
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  • Advances in the elaboration of chalcogenide photonic crystal fibers for the mid infrared
    The stack is jacketed by an external chalcogenide glass tube and this perform is drawn on the drawing tower under a pressure control inside the capillaries to control the holes size (figure 3b).
  • Handbook of Machine Olfaction - Index
    Index capillary electrophoresis 253 capillary force valves 238 ff capillary tubes , waveguides 183 carbon atoms 14 carbon-black polymer composites 211, 246, 552... ...process monitoring 484, 487, 491 ceramic boards 223 cereal quality 465, 508 chalcogenide glasses 273 charge coupled device...
  • Book reviews
    The article on 'Infrared optical fibres based on chalcogenide glasses' describes the optical losses and mechanical strength characteristics of chalcogenide glass fibres fabricated by the rod and rod-in- tube tech- niques. The section ends with a review of single-crystal fibres fabricated by capillary shaping .
  • Microstructured fibres: a positive impact on defence technology?
    However as mentioned briefly, by changing the fibre material to e.g. lead silicate or chalcogenide glasses , the transmission window can be extended into the mid-IR (Figure 8). Silica HF are generally fabricated using a ‘stack and draw’ method – many capillary tubes are stacked in a macroscopic preform of the fibre which is then drawn to the correct outer dimensions [30].
  • Recent advances in the development of holey optical fibers based on sulphide glasses
    Figure 4b : Chalcogenide glass tubes obtained by rotational casting Figure 5 : Schematic view of an hexagonal stack of three rings of capillaries around a central core...
  • Microstructured chalcogenide fibers for biological and chemical detection: case study: a CO2 sensor
    Chalcogenide MOFs are elaborated by the “Stack and Draw�? process widely used for silica glass . Tubes of typically 12 mm outter diameter, 5mm inner diameter and 12 cm length are obtained by a centrifugation technique and then drawn down to 600µm capillaries which are stacked in a hexagonal lattice around a glass rod of identical diameter and...
  • Recent advances in very highly nonlinear chalcogenide photonic crystal fibers and their applications
    ...optical losses (several dB/m) in chalcogenide glass MOF, due to the poor quality of interfaces between capillaries . Therefore, we have developed a new casting method to fabricate chalcogenide performs. For MOF, glass samples with the composition As38Se62 are fabricated and purified by using the usual sealed silica tube method.
  • Experimental observation of infrared spectral enlargement in As2S3 suspended core microstructured fiber
    In this process, the capillaries are drawn from tubes before their stacking. We have in some previous experiments used the stack and draw process for chalcogenide glasses [11, 13].
  • Recent progress on the realization of chalcogenides photonic crystal fibers
    One part of them was then drawn down to 400 µm single index fibre (another part was used to make capillaries tube ). These single index fibres were used to determine intrinsic glass losses via the cutback method using a... Figure 2 shows the attenuation curves of the three chalcogenides glasses studied.
  • Passive endoscopes: idea and state of the art
    Equipment for melting chalcogenide glass designed in ITME Silica glass capillary (1) can move up and down was used for introducing gas inside melting glass... By adequate dosing of pressure level we can to produce also glass in the tube shape.
  • Generation of random-hole optical fiber
    Effect of Temperature on the Absorption Loss of Chalcogenide Glass Fibers (AO Porous capillary tubing waveguide for multigas sensing (OL .
  • Fabrication and characterization of a chalcogenide-tellurite composite microstructure fiber with high nonlinearity.
    A highly nonlinear composite fiber, which has a 1.5 microm chalcogenide glass core surrounded by a tellurite glass microstructure cladding, has been fabricated by the method of stack and draw. A tellurite glass capillary containing a As(2)S(3) rod was sealed with negative pressure inside. Then this capillary and other empty capillaries were stacked into a tellurite glass tube , and elongated into...
  • Drawing of the hollow all-polymer Bragg fibers
    Second method is a cap- illary stacking or preform drilling [7, 10, 8, 9, 11, 12, 13] where glass or plastic capillaries are arranged in a predefined manner and then co-drawn, or the predefined array of holes is drilled in a... Finally, film rolling process [15] starts with a deposition of a glass ( chalcogenide ) film on top of a polymer film with consecutive rolling around a mandrel tube , tube etching and drawing; potential challenges include fiber profile optimization which is somewhat nontrivial due...
  • Infrared optical sensor for CO2 detection
    The chalcogenide glass chosen for the fiber elaboration is the same glass than for the single index fiber (GeSe4). After synthesis of the nominal glass in silica ampoules sealed under vacuum, tubes of 12 mm outer... Capillaries are cut from this stretched tube and are stacked in an hexagonal configuration exhibiting three rings...
  • Improvement of the transmission of chalcogenide photonic crystal fibres: Observation of self phase modulation spectral broadening
    The intrinsic losses of the GeSbS glass were measured to be 0.5 dB/m at 1.55... Chalcogenide tubes of 12 mm outside diameter are obtained by a rotational casting technique. One of these tubes is drawn down to obtain capillaries of around 600 µm outside diameter.


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