DIY Optical Lens Building Material,Mineral Monocrystal Potassium Dihydrogen Phosphate 2016-02-07

DIY Optical Lens Building Material,Mineral Monocrystal Potassium Dihydrogen Phosphate

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    attached paper gives most important details of growing KDP monocrystal.
     
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    sigma price of powder 175 dollars per kilogram , 100 times more expensive than china.
     
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    http://www.pmoptics.com/potassium_dihydrogen_phosphate.html

    Mustafa, you really should learn more about the materials and methods that excite you before you pester us about them.
     
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    Potassium Dihydrogen Phosphate (KH2PO4) is a crystal noted for its non-linear optical properties. It has been used as electro-optical polarization rotators to vary the intensity and frequency doubling of Nd:YAG laser. It is hygroscopic, very fragile, lacks mechanical strength, and is sensitive to thermal shock; consequently, it must be handled with care and kept dry.

    Dont you handle your camera glass with care and kept it dry ?
     
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    Mustafa, I leave my lenses out in the rain. How do you keep yours?