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Photonics Spectra
Jan 2008
Photonic Cleaning Technologies LLCRequest Info
Photonic-Cleaning-Tech_SFC-.jpgThe Red Spray Formula First Contact polymer solution from Photonic Cleaning Technologies facilitates cleaning of any size or shape optic, mirror or crystal without touching the delicate surfaces. The polymer film prevents recontamination. The solution cleans and protects precision surfaces and optics made of glass, fused silica, silicon, crystals, nonlinear crystals, metals, Ge, ZnSe, NaCl, KBr, KRS-5, first-surface mirrors and optical thin films, including antireflection and reflective coatings. The red color is not added to the solvent but is in the polymer, so it leaves no residue. The solvent removes dust, fingerprints and other contamination without scratching or otherwise damaging sensitive surfaces.


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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 industry in crystal form. Large single crystals often are used because of their transparency in different spectral regions. However, as some single crystals are very brittle and liable to split under strain, attempts have been made to grind them very...
A smooth, highly polished surface, for reflecting light, that may be plane or curved if wanting to focus and or magnify the image formed by the mirror. The actual reflecting surface is usually a thin coating of silver or aluminum on glass.
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