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    Optical Prisms - (262 companies)
    ...invert or rotate images, disperse light into component wavelengths, and separate states of polarization. There are several basic types of optical prisms. Anamorphic prism pairs are used to correct the asymmetric, elliptical beams produced by laser... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Glass Materials - (377 companies) 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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    Glass Tiles - (32 companies) irregular in shape and used to create a free-flowing or organic design. Glass mosaics have been made this way for many years, using a variety of shapes and colors to make a unique design. Glass tiles can also be manufactured in large sheets... Learn More
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    Calcite Polarizers - (26 companies)
    Credit: United Crystals. Wollaston calcite polarizers split beams of light into two mutually orthogonal, linearly polarized beams, convenient for double imaging of a single source. Wollaston prisms are beam splitting polarizers like the Rochon prism... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Magnifiers - (174 companies)
    ...levels of magnification. Loupe. A jeweler's loupe is either handheld or withheld by orbital muscles in the user's face. An eyeglass loupe clips onto prescription or safety glasses. Pocket. A magnifier whose volume is less than the average garment pocket... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Polka Dot Beamsplitters - (8 companies)
    ...waves are projected at polka dot beamsplitters, those waves encountering the uncoated surface are allowed to pass through with very little energy loss through (only a few degrees due to reflection from the glass). However, those waves that impact... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Binoculars - (72 companies)
    Prismatic binoculars are constructed with eyepiece lenses, objective lenses, and a series of prisms to shorten the optical path. A small wheel mounted in the center between the two tubes focuses the image. Another adjustment usually in one... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Watch Glasses - (21 companies)
    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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    Fresnel Lenses - (35 companies)
    A large (6-feet high) Fresnel lens for use in a lighthouse. Image credit: University of Arizona. The grooves in a Fresnel lens act as individual refracting surfaces, much like a group of tiny prisms. The grooved surfaces replace the continuous surface... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Optical Lenses - (452 companies)
    ...of the object. Optical Lens Basics. Lenses are a good example of transmissive optical components, meaning that they pass or transmit light. Other transmissive components include filters, windows, flats, prisms, beamsplitters, and wave plates, while... Search by Specification | Learn More

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...configurations provide sub-micron resolution and/or a large measurement range. MTI's Fotonic TM sensors provide accurate measurements on almost any type of surface or material including metallic, plastic, glass and ceramics. They can also operate in water or oil, however, a slight sensitivity change occurs...

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