Fairfield Crystal Technology, LLC. Datasheets for Optical Crystals

Optical crystals are transparent in different spectral regions, depending upon the crystal material.
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Product Name Notes
Barium Fluoride is transparent from the ultraviolet (UV) to the infrared (IR) from 0.200 to 14.0 µm, and is used to make optical components, such as windows for infrared spectroscopy.
Fairfield Crystal provides component manufacturing for your most challenging designs and applications. Combined with our expertise in crystal growth our component fabrication team is able to manufacture highly polished single...
Germanium (Ge) crystal is widely used for infrared applications due to its high index of refraction.
Lithium Fluoride is a cubic crystal that transmits very well into the extreme UV region at the hydrogen Lyman-alpha line (121 nm) and well into the IR spectrum.
MgF2 transmits well into the VUV region at the Lyman-alpha line (121nm) and beyond. Our standard sizes range from 5.0mm to 120mm diameter, however larger sizes and orientations are available...
Our standard sizes range from 5.0mm to 190mm diameter however, larger sizes are available upon request. We offer CaF2 blanks and components in a variety of crystal orientations, <111>, <100>,...