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Hellma USA, Inc., Sub. of Hellma GmbH & Co. KG - Plainview, NY
Manufactures and supplies Hellma cells, fiber optic probes, photometric calibration standards, flat and cylindrical optics and accessories for lasers, spectrophotometers and fluorometers. Supplies Heraeus light sources including vacuum UV, deuterium, hollow cathode, PID spectral calibration and...
Sydor Optics, Inc. - Rochester, NY
Manufacturer of precision optical components specializing in double-sided polishing and CNC machining of glass. Products include beamsplitters, debris shields, color filters, flats, light pipes, mirrors, wafers, wedges and windows.
Almaz Optics, Inc. - Marlton, NJ
Boston Piezo-Optics Inc. - Bellingham, MA
Centre Technology of Optical Materials - St. Petersburg, Russia
CLaser Photonics Inc. - Shanghai, China
Corning GmbH, Corning International - Wiesbaden, Germany
Crystran Ltd. - Poole, England
Fairfield Crystal Technology - New Milford, CT
GT Crystal Systems, LLC, Sub. of GT Advanced Technologies - Salem, MA
Hilger Crystals, A Dynasil Co. - Margate, England
Inrad Optics, Inc. - Northvale, NJ
Korth Kristalle GmbH - Altenholz, Germany
Millennium Optics, Inc. - Solon, OH
Super Optronics - Gardena, CA
SuperconiX Inc. - Lake Elmo, MN
Vision ABC - Paris, France
VITRON Spezialwerkstoffe GmbH - Jena, Germany
A solid with a structure that exhibits a basically symmetrical and geometrical arrangement. A crystal may already possess this structure, or it may acquire it through mechanical means. More than 50 chemical substances are important to the optical...
That invisible region of the spectrum just beyond the violet end of the visible region. Wavelengths range from 1 to 400 nm.
An adhesive used for bonding optical elements or for holding devices.
UV crystal laser
UV crystal detection
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