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  • Glass
    chemicals except hydrofluoric acid. Most glass is based on the silicate system and is made from three major constituents: silica (SiO), lime (CaCO ), and sodium carbonate (NaCO ). Various oxides are added to tailor the properties of glass to meet specific requirements. Nonsilicate-system glasses
  • Photonic Glasses
    Photonic Glasses. Introducing the fundamental mechanism of photonic glasses, this book puts emphasis on new developments in the structure, spectroscopy and physics of new glassy materials for photonics applications.
  • Chalcogenide Glasses
    Chalcogenide glasses contain sulphide or other chalcogenide compounds or elements such as zinc selenide or zinc sulphide. Chalcogenide glasses exhibit electrical conductivity and are used for specialized optical applications. Chalcogenides are compounds based on a metal cation and a chalcogen anion
  • Properties of Glass
    Properties of Glass. A ready reference containing the electrical, mechanical, thermal, and optical properties of different types of glass.
  • Glass Glossary
    A glossary of standard terms related to glass.
  • Glass Components
    MDC glass to metal adapters provide a means of attaching glass components to a metal vacuum system and or metal hardware to a glass system. These glass adapters are produced with the latest in glass-to-metal seal technology and are available in either Pyrex® code 7740 or Borosilicate code 7052
  • Glass Ceramics
    Glass ceramics are ceramic materials that can be fused and then molded, formed, ground or machined using conventional glass fabrication techniques.  After part fabrication, the structure of glass ceramics is transformed from an amorphous glassy state to a crystalline ceramic state. MACOR®  (Corning
  • Tempered Glass
    Tempered glass is five times stronger than annealed glass and resists impact, shock, thermal and mechanical stress. It glass can "flex" or bend significantly without breaking. When a break does occur, tempered glass fragments into small, harmless, rounded pellets. Tempered glass is created

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