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Rutile (TiO2)

Rutile (TiO2)

Introduction:

Rutile (TiO2) single crystal has a  large birefringence and a large refractive index. It is an excellent materials for pectral prisms and polarizing devices such as optical isolators and beam splitters. The Rutile crystals have better phsical and chemical stability than YVO4 crystals.

Physical Properties

 

Material Rutile (TiO2)
Structure M4
Lattice (A) a=4.5936, c=2.9582
Growth Method Vernuil method, Float Zone method
Hardness 7.0 (Mohns)
Density(g/cm3) 4.26 (g/cm3)
Melting point 1870℃
Dielectric constants dη/dT:a:-0.72×10­6/k c:-0.42×10-6/k
Linear expansion
 coefficient
7.14 x 10-6 /℃ along a axis
9.19 x 10-6 /℃ along c axis

Specification

Size 5×5×10mm, 5×10×10mm, 10×10×0.5mm
sizes are available upon request
Polished SSP or DSP

Package

100 clean bag, 1000 exactly clean room
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