Application of Optical Glass in Optics


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2022-12-13

Glass that can change the propagation direction of light and the relative spectral distribution of ultraviolet, visible or infrared light is called optical glass. Optical glass is an inorganic glassy material that transmits light through refraction, reflection, transmission or changes the intensity or spectral distribution of light through absorption.

Glass that can change the propagation direction of light and the relative spectral distribution of ultraviolet, visible or infrared light is called optical glass.
Optical glass is an inorganic glassy material that transmits light through refraction, reflection, transmission or changes the intensity or spectral distribution of light through absorption. It has stable optical properties and high optical homogeneity. Glass that can change the propagation direction of light and the relative spectral distribution of ultraviolet, visible or infrared light is called optical glass.
Optical glass can be divided into colored optical glass and colorless optical glass. Optical glass can be used to make lenses, prisms, mirrors and window pieces in optical instruments. The components made of optical glass are the key components in optical instruments. According to different requirements, optical glass can be divided into three categories: ① colorless optical glass, ② radiation resistant optical glass, and ③ colored optical glass
Optical glass is the foundation and important component of photoelectric technology industry. Especially after the 1990s, with the continuous integration of optics, electronic information science and new material science, the application of optical glass, as the basic material of optoelectronics, in the three fields of optical transmission, optical storage and photoelectric display has progressed by leaps and bounds, becoming one of the basic conditions for the development of social informatization, especially photoelectric information technology.