Magnesium Fluoride (MgF2) is widely used for UV glasses, lenses and polarizers. It is also useful in the transmission range for some IR spectroscopy applications from 110nm to 7.5 içinm for wavelength. It also has great resistance to mechanical and thermal impacts. Magnesium Fluoride (MgF2) Windows offer excellent broadband transmission from deep-UV to medium-infrared. The DUV transmission is ideal for use in the Hydrogen Lyman-alpha line and in excimer laser applications with UV radiation sources and receivers. Magnesium Fluoride or MgF2 is grown by vacuum Stockbarger technique in ingots with a diameter of approximately 120 mm.
1. UV High optical transmission from UV to IR
2. Wide resistance for mechanical and thermal shock
3. Hemically stable
4. A positive double crusher crystal used for polarization optics