fused silica


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fused silica

[¦fyüzd ′sil·ə·kə]
(materials)
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We examine in this paper the use of STB silica, fused silica, and PMMA beads of known size, suspended in a fluid of known refractive index, as a means of characterizing the response of a light obscuration instrument and a flow imaging instrument to particles of low optical contrast.
8,211,407 B2--a method of making an oral care composition which has the addition of a fused silica slurry that is comprised of silica, water and as binder;
With an extremely low ash content, the material is targeted for use with both fused silica and alumina refractory shell systems.
The ancient impact, probably caused by an asteroid about I km across, might be responsible for the formation of libyan desert glass, Those mysterious chunks of fused silica, first noted by explorers in the 1930s, are found scattered across a 50-by-130-km region near the crater.
It enables solventless extraction via a fused silica fiber coated with a thin film polymer, which acts as the solvent during the absorption of compounds.
94 [micro]m and Holmium lasers, and fused silica and laser glasses for Nd:Yag lasers @ 1.
7[micro]m and extends polarization control into the infrared, beyond the transmission of fused silica and glass.
This mix of acidic oxides (silica), or common sand, can be encouraged to fuse into crystal, providing it is heated enough, and is known as fused silica and widely used in technology due to its useful thermal properties.
In this case, the cavity is a solid cube made of ultrapure fused silica with four ultrasmooth surfaces.
However, in the past 15-20 years, the use of glass tubing such as fused silica has become a well-established technique in capillary electrophoresis (CE).
1-micron to 1-micron-thick film deposited on the substrate of a fused silica disk.
Siltex fused silica provides outstanding electrical properties.