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  • Spherical Mirrors-Image
    Spherical Mirrors - (87 companies)
    ...as center thickness or edge thickness. Focal length is the distance from the spherical mirror the light converges. Mirror material refers to the classification of the material used to make spherical mirrors. The material used influences the reflectivity... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Parabolic Mirrors - (36 companies)
    ...is the distance from the mirror the light converges. Materials. Parabolic mirrors can be supplied in a variety of materials. Mirror material refers to the classification of the material used to make the mirror. The material used influences... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Optical Mirrors - (382 companies)
    ...is the radius of curvature for the mirror. There are two thickness measurements for optical mirrors: center thickness and edge thickness. Units of measure include inches, feet, and yards; nanometers, centimeters, and millimeters, and miles... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Laser Mirrors - (80 companies)
    Image Credit: Edmund Optics | CVI Laser Optics. Laser mirrors are designed for high reflectance and durability at individual laser wavelength ranges. Laser mirrors are used on the surface of solid-state lasers including alexandrite, Nd-glass, ruby... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Spherometers - (5 companies)
    Spherometers Information. Spherometers are used to measure the radius or curvature of spherical surfaces such as optical lenses, spherical mirrors, and balls. These small, high-precision optical test instruments are also used to measure... Learn More
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    Reflectors - (52 companies)
    ...reflectors are a circular segment from one side of a full paraboloid. The focal point is off the mechanical axis, giving full access to the reflector focus area. Unlike standard parabolic mirrors, these mirrors direct and focus incident collimated... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Spherical Lenses - (218 companies)
    ...or divergent, lenses spread (or diverge) light, effectively performing in an opposite manner when compared to positive lenses. Meniscus lenses, which effectively combine convex and concave lenses, can be positive or negative, depending on which side... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Telescopes - (58 companies)
    ...mirror. Typically, this mirror is a glass disk ground into a concave or parabolic shape. The mirror in reflecting telescopes is also coated with a thin film of silver or aluminum to make it highly reflective. By contrast, catadioptric telescopes use... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Lasers - (731 companies)
    ...medium. The mirrors reflect transmitted light back into the gain medium -- sometimes hundreds of times -- in order to suitably amplify it for output. The mirror nearest the output is known as the output coupler, as it allows some light to leave... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Optical Lenses - (456 companies)
    ...the opposite category -- reflectives (which reflect light rather than transmit it) -- include optical mirrors and retroreflectors. Optical lenses have been used since at least c. 700 BCE for a variety of applications, including: . Magnification... Search by Specification | Learn More
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  • Inexpensive ‘Adaptive Optics’ Achieved By Sandia’s Optical Clamp
    But for the overwhelming majority of laser users who do not need such fine control, deformation of a single mirror through convex or concave deformation applied through only a single... ...be the ticket, especially when the price is expected to be...
  • Inexpensive 'adaptive optics' achieved by Sandia's optical clamp
    But for the overwhelming majority of laser users who do not need such fine control, deformation of a single mirror through convex or concave deformation applied through only a single... ...be the ticket, especially when the price is expected to be...
  • Inexpensive ‘Adaptive Optics’ Achieved By Sandia’s Optical Clamp
    But for the overwhelming majority of laser users who do not need such fine control, deformation of a single mirror through convex or concave deformation applied through only a single... ...be the ticket, especially when the price is expected to be...
  • Flat Field Imaging Spectroscopy Using Aberration Corrected Holographic Gratings
    Existing spectrographs classically fall into one of two common types, either a plane grating, used with associated lenses or mirrors for focusing and collimating, or a concave diffraction grating as the sole... ...drawbacks in terms of complexity, price , and compactness; and, in...
  • Reflecting Telescope Optics I
    technical simplification in manufacture and test of the concave secondary compared with the convex secondary in the... It should be remembered that the technical price for the compactness of the Cassegrain telescope compared with the longer 1- mirror telescope is the associated problem of the severe centering tolerances (see § 3.7.2) unless the centering is actively controlled...
  • Spacegraph, A True 3-D Pc Peripheral
    If the mirror is forced alternately to deform into concave and convex shapes, it is possible to reduce the amplitude of mirror motion without sacrificing the amplitude of image motion. The price is constancy of magnification (always unity for the flat mirror).
  • Double-curvature surfaces in mirror system design
    The advantages they have over achromatic and apochromatic objectives are the lower price and the possibility of... The first un- obstructed telescope was probably the Schiefspiegler,12 which consisted of two spherical mirrors , one concave and one convex, arranged tilted to avoid the boring of the pri- mary and the beam obstruction.
  • The price for information about probabilities and its relation with risk and ambiguity
    ...Result 1 in suggesting that risk aversion produces different effects on the reservation price of an ambiguity... Consider two equally risk-averse DMs, having the same (strictly concave ) utility function, but with opposite and mirrored ambiguity attitudes.
  • A Compact Prism Spectrograph Suitable For Broadband Infrared Spectral Surveys With Array Detectors
    The astigmatism in the cross-dispersion direction is increased by our requirement that the center of curvature of the concave prism face lie on the axis of the mirror . This small price in optical performance buys a significant easing of the burden on the person performing...
  • Analytical bulletin of the committee of Coordination of the Télécommunications of the French Union
    Price : 860 fr. -- Quulre parts: A) optical Nouveaux sys-I.~mes: 1) the mirror concave sph6rique, 2) it (' amera Schmidt el its aberrations, 3) a new systone of oplique mirror, 4) chum I) of apt) licalimt, 5) mirror eonccnlriquc, 6 ehromatiques) aberrutions, 7) systdme...


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