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Prismas de Dispersión

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    Prismas de Dispersión de Littrow 60°
    TECHSPEC® components are designed, specified, or manufactured by Edmund Optics. Learn More
    Prismas de Dispersión de Littrow 60°
    • Desviación de haz de 60° con respecto a la hipotenusa si no está tratado
    • Su version no tratada funciona como prisma de dispersión de luz
    • Imagen orientada a la derecha
    Prismas Equilaterales
    TECHSPEC® components are designed, specified, or manufactured by Edmund Optics. Learn More
    Prismas Equilaterales
    • Perfectos para la dispersión de luz
    • Tamaños de 5mm a 50mm
    • Con o sin anti-reflectante
    • Otros prismas equilaterales también disponibles
    Ultrafast Dispersion-Compensating Prisms Ultrafast Dispersion-Compensating Prisms
    • Polished at Brewster’s Angle to Minimize Reflection Loss
    • Use Intracavity for Dispersion Compensation
    • Use Extracavity to Manipulate Pulse Characteristics

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    Dispersion Prisms are used in applications that require separating the incident light into its component wavelengths. For example, when white light enters a Dispersion Prism, it is separated into its three components: red, green, and blue. Dispersion Prisms are ideal for spectroscopy or laser tuning.

    Edmund Optics offers the world’s largest inventory of off-the-shelf optical components, including Dispersion Prisms. Edmund Optics’ Dispersion Prisms are available uncoated, or with reflection or anti-reflection coatings. Dispersion Prisms are also available in multiple substrates that are ideal for Infrared (IR) applications. Infrared (IR) substrates include Calcium Fluoride (CaF2), Germanium (Ge), or Zinc Selenide (ZnSe). Calcium Fluoride (CaF2) is a low index material featuring excellent transmission from 0.19 - 7μm, ideal for use in the Ultraviolet (UV) through Infrared (IR). Germanium (Ge) is is a high index material, ideal for maximizing optical paths from 3 - 12μm. Zinc Selenide (ZnSe) is commonly used from 1 - 16μm, ideal for use with CO2 lasers.


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