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Author/Artist: 
Schott Optical Glass, Inc.
Publisher: 
Duryea, Pa. : Schott Optical Glass, Inc., 1970.
Description: 
37 pages : illustrations ; 31 cm
Edition: 
Edition 1970.
Format of Material: 
Books
Bib ID: 
140741
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Location: 
Secured Stacks
Call Number: 
TP861.5.S37 1970
Notes: 
"A scale of red plastic film for internal transmittance is enclosed inside the back cover. See page 8 for its use"--Page 3.
Gift; Corning Incorporated; 2014; 1000147470
Contents: 
Introduction --
Forms of supply --
List of colored glass types --
Ultraviolet transmitting black glasses --
Blue-violet glasses, transmitting ultraviolet and red --
Blue-violet glasses, red absorbing --
Blue-green glasses, red absorbing --
Blue glasses, red absorbing --
Green glasses --
Greenish-yellow glasses --
Fluorescence glasses --
Glasses with very weak fluorescence --
Sharp cut colorless glasses in the UV --
Sharp cut glasses in the visible and infrared spectral regions --
Tint glasses --
Multiband glasses --
Heat absorbing glasses --
Neutral density glasses --
Standard set of neutral density glasses --
Temperature coefficient of transmission for sharp cut glasses --
Infrared tables --
Other optical specialties from Schott.