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Glass Refractive Standards Set

Photonics Spectra
Jan 2018
CRAIC TechnologiesRequest Info
SAN DIMAS, Calif. — Glass Refractive Standards SetThe Glass Refractive Standards set from Craic Technologies Inc. is used to calibrate instruments that are designed to measure the refractive index of microscopic fragments of glass and glass-like materials.

The Refractive Index Glass Standards set consists of both calibrated glass samples and immersion liquids calibrated for refractive index versus temperature. The glass materials consist of optical glass in sizes suitable for crushing and use with automated glass refractive index measurement systems. The oils are calibrated and also designed for use with automated glass refractive index measurement systems.

These standard reference materials are designed to be in compliance with the standard test methodology defined by ASTM 1967.


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