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UV Microscope Objective Lenses

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UV Microscope Objective LensesNewport LaserClean UV microscope objective lenses from MKS Instruments Inc. are designed for use with UV lasers.

The rear conjugate of the UV-fused silica objective lenses is corrected for infinity and ideal for interacting with collimated laser beams. The optical design of the UV microscope lenses is computer-optimized to yield >λ/5 total wavefront distortion from 350 to 440 nm. All objectives from the series feature Newport’s AR.10 UV antireflection coatings covering wavelengths from 245 to 440 nm.

The high-purity UV-fused silica glass of the lenses provides minimal autofluorescence and scattering, resulting in low attenuation and a high damage threshold.

Sep 2018

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