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Semrock Relaunches Website

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ROCHESTER, N.Y., March 15, 2011 — Semrock Inc., a unit of Idex Corp., announced the launch of a new version of its website to accommodate online shopping as well as easier filter and set selection.

The site also offers updated customer service. In the OEM section, manufacturers can now quickly submit their specifications for a custom volume run, or select a catalog solution from the selection of optical filters.

The website includes free white papers, technical notes and reprints of journal articles. Pages on new applications and growing technologies are posted regularly by optics experts on staff, along with archived copies of Semrock’s imaging newsletter, “Wavelengths.”

Semrock manufactures optical filters for the biotech and analytical instrumentation industries and for more general laser and optical systems applications.

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Mar 2011
optical filters
An optical element that blocks or transmits a selected wavelength of light. Optical filters can either be absorption filters or interference filters. Absorption filters absorb any unwanted wavelengths while the interference filter will use the effects of constructive and destructive superposition to transmit only the selected wavelength.
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