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Equilateral Prisms are used routinely as dispersing elements where spectral separation is required. They provide better brightness (lower stray light) than diffraction gratings. They also have greater power handling capabilities and avoid possible confusion when trying to interpret overlapping spectral orders. It must be remembered ...
  • Material: SF10
  • Wavelength Range: 400 - 2400 nm
  • Dimension (A): 60 mm
  • Dimension (B): 60 mm
  • Dimension (C): 60 mm
  • ...
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Equilateral Prisms are used routinely as dispersing elements where spectral separation is required. They provide better brightness (lower stray light) than diffraction gratings. They also have greater power handling capabilities and avoid possible confusion when trying to interpret overlapping spectral orders. It must be remembered ...
  • Material: SF10
  • Wavelength Range: 400 - 2400 nm
  • Dimension (A): 30 mm
  • Dimension (B): 30 mm
  • Dimension (C): 30 mm
  • ...
Data Sheet
Equilateral Prisms are used routinely as dispersing elements where spectral separation is required. They provide better brightness (lower stray light) than diffraction gratings. They also have greater power handling capabilities and avoid possible confusion when trying to interpret overlapping spectral orders. It must be remembered ...
  • Material: N-BK7
  • Wavelength Range: 330 - 2100 nm
  • Dimension (A): 60 mm
  • Dimension (B): 60 mm
  • Dimension (C): 60 mm
  • ...
Data Sheet
Equilateral Prisms are used routinely as dispersing elements where spectral separation is required. They provide better brightness (lower stray light) than diffraction gratings. They also have greater power handling capabilities and avoid possible confusion when trying to interpret overlapping spectral orders. It must be remembered ...
  • Material: N-BK7
  • Wavelength Range: 330 - 2100 nm
  • Dimension (A): 40 mm
  • Dimension (B): 40 mm
  • Dimension (C): 40 mm
  • ...
Data Sheet
Equilateral Prisms are used routinely as dispersing elements where spectral separation is required. They provide better brightness (lower stray light) than diffraction gratings. They also have greater power handling capabilities and avoid possible confusion when trying to interpret overlapping spectral orders. It must be remembered ...
  • Material: N-BK7
  • Wavelength Range: 330 - 2100 nm
  • Dimension (A): 30 mm
  • Dimension (B): 30 mm
  • Dimension (C): 30 mm
  • ...
Data Sheet
Equilateral Prisms are used routinely as dispersing elements where spectral separation is required. They provide better brightness (lower stray light) than diffraction gratings. They also have greater power handling capabilities and avoid possible confusion when trying to interpret overlapping spectral orders. It must be remembered ...
  • Material: N-BK7, F2, SF10
  • Wavelength Range: 330 - 2100 nm
  • Dimension (A): 25 mm
  • Dimension (B): 25 mm
  • Dimension (C): 25 mm
  • ...
Data Sheet
Equilateral Prisms are used routinely as dispersing elements where spectral separation is required. They provide better brightness (lower stray light) than diffraction gratings. They also have greater power handling capabilities and avoid possible confusion when trying to interpret overlapping spectral orders. It must be remembered ...
  • Material: N-BK7, F2, SF10
  • Wavelength Range: 330 - 2100 nm
  • Dimension (A): 20 mm
  • Dimension (B): 20 mm
  • Dimension (C): 20 mm
  • ...
Data Sheet
Equilateral Prisms are used routinely as dispersing elements where spectral separation is required. They provide better brightness (lower stray light) than diffraction gratings. They also have greater power handling capabilities and avoid possible confusion when trying to interpret overlapping spectral orders. It must be remembered ...
  • Material: N-BK7, F2, SF10
  • Wavelength Range: 330 - 2100 nm
  • Dimension (A): 60 mm
  • Dimension (B): 60 mm
  • Dimension (C): 60 mm
  • ...
Data Sheet
Equilateral Prisms are used routinely as dispersing elements where spectral separation is required. They provide better brightness (lower stray light) than diffraction gratings. They also have greater power handling capabilities and avoid possible confusion when trying to interpret overlapping spectral orders. It must be remembered ...
  • Material: SF10, F2, N-BK7
  • Wavelength Range: 330 - 2100 nm
  • Dimension (A): 30 mm
  • Dimension (B): 30 mm
  • Dimension (C): 30 mm
  • ...
Data Sheet

Did You know?

Prisms have been used for hundreds of years to study the properties and composition of light. Near the beginning of the Enlightenment, Isaac Newton used equilateral prisms to conduct some of the most famous of these experiments. At the time of his work, it was commonly known that white light entering prisms would appear to become multi-colored as it passed through and exited the glass. However, many people believed that this occurred because the prism itself was “polluting” or coloring the light. Through careful experimentation and the use of several prisms, Newton was able to demonstrate that this effect actually existed because white light was actually a mixture of several distinct colors that were separated by the prism.