Packaging & Delivery of Round Quartz Plate
Packaging Detail: Inner White foam or Plastic foam sheet, Outside wooden cases
Delivery Detail: 10-15 days
Specifications of Round Quartz Plate
4.High Tamperature resistant.
All Size Clear Quartz Plate Slice Disc Substrate Big Small Square Round Trapezoid
Produce all kinds of High Purity, High temperature-resistant, Good corrosion-resistant Quartz Tank, Quartz Cylinder and other Quartz products
Accept custom design OEM
We can produce most specifications of quartz products as customers's request, include clear and opaque Quartz Boat, Tube, Crucible, Plate, Rod, Instrument, Parts, Heater, Sleeve, Tank etc
Advantage of Round Quartz Plate
1. Cost price controlled well, lower price.
2. High precision.
3. Good quality, material: GE/HSQ, high purity, silica > 99.99% , high purity, silica > 99.99%.
4. High temperature-resistant, good corrosion-resistant and light transmittance.
5. Sample available.
6. Accept reworking if quality is not reach your requirements.
Description of Round Quartz Plate
1. Our clear fused quartz glass boats are produced with the advantaged continuous melting method and controlled by automatic control system.
2. These products are high purity, good spectral transmission, well controlled dimension and low OH, etc.
3. We can produce very large diameter rang boats.
4. We also can apply some further processing like trim cutting, fire polishing, bending, pinching, grinding and others according to customer´s requirements.
5. The OH content can be controled within 20ppm\ 15ppm\10ppm\5ppm\2ppm as your special needs.
- Q:How can I tell if my clear quartz pendant is a fake?
- Mechanical watches are not as accurate as quartz watches. A mechanical watch needs to be wound every day and usually lose up to 2 minutes a day. A quartz watch, even a cheap one, lose only seconds a day. A battery usually lasts up to 7 years.
- Q:Do repairs on a swiss mechanical watch cost a lot more compared to a quartz?
- Probably. But you have to dope it with the right stuff. It's not the quartz that would lase but the dopant atoms. In any case natural quartz is not a suitable material and because it is hard to make optically pure but properly doped synthetic quartz crystals, I do not know about any practical laser designs using it. There are much better materials for solid state applications. But with lasers it is like with planes... given a powerful enough pump source EVERYTHING lases... even a barn door... just like everything flies if you strap a jet engine to it... even a barn door. There are very few lasers you could successfully build at home from scratch. Your best bet is probably a nitrogen laser. OTOH there are very few laser you couldn't build at home from commercial optical parts. The problem is that you would need years of education and thousands (and sometimes millions) of dollars worth of equipment. None of which, I have to assume, you have. If you want to experiment with a laser, get a laser pointer or a small (1-10mW) HeNe laser. They are cheap to reasonably cheap and they won't hurt you (as long as you are careful). The HeNe laser is a real laser... you can do a lot of real experiments with it. The diode laser in a laser pointer has a few restrictions. I would not encourage you to get a power laser like the IR laser arrays for pumping and cutting and welding, even if you can get a cheap one. They are seriously dangerous and unless you have a lot of experience, you can get hurt for life. With any power laser you have exactly two failed experiments called left eye and right eye. Good luck!
- Q:does quartz etch when acids spills on it?
- rose quartz is a very beautiful stone the only way it might help you find a husband is if you pick it up, walk into a crowded room full of single men and bean one on the head with it - before he regains consiousness, you drag him to a justice of the peace and marry him.
- Q:Distinguish between Iceland spar and quartz?
- The bright white sands found in tropical and subtropical coastal settings are eroded limestone and may contain coral and shell fragments in addition to other organic or organically derived fragmental material.
- Q:If you heard someone use a term like programming my quartz?
- You didn't finish the question, but let's assume that there is a 5.00g rock containing quartz and gold and its density is 3.00 g/cm³. Density of gold = 19.3 g/cm³ Density of quartz = 2.65 g/cm³ Density of rock = 3.00 g/cm³ We can assume that the volumes are additive. The volume of the gold plus the volume of the quartz must equal the volume of the rock. D = m/V. Therefore, V = m/D. 5g / 3.00 g/cm³ = x g / 19.3 g/cm³ + (5-x) / 2.65 g/cm³ x = 0.676 The mass of gold in the rock is 0.676 grams.
- Q:Sci. & Tech. Buffs: How is electricity harnessed from quartz and do other crystals have this quality?
- Clearly it is possible if it happened. I do not see any reason for that to happen to a pure quartz crystal, however. The conclusion (in my mind) is that the crystal is not pure quartz, or that the water was not sufficiently pure water (unlikely), or that the crystal did not actually grow. There are a number of minerals that can expand through hydration (anhydrite to gypsum is a good example), and silica does have some hydrated forms (several, actually), but they are not formed from reaction of water with crystalline quartz. It is also possible, but very unlikely at low temperature and pressure in relatively pure water, that there was localized dissolution with reprecipitation (mass moving from one area to another, generally form corners and edges, or small crystal masses, to plate the main crystal on its faces. this sort of thing occurs in nature but requires the SiO2 to go into solution, and SiO2 has a very low solubility in low salinity, pH-neutral waters, so very unlikely and thus very, very slow. Those are some of the possibilities, none seem likely to me apart from hydration of a non-quartz mineral. Quartz crystals will not expand like a sponge when soaking up water.
- Q:In metamorphic rocks, do rare metals effuse into quartz and feldspar and produce interesting colors?
- I have no experience in this area but the first thing that comes to my mind is a cutting laser.
- Q:What do you think are the qualities of (quartz) crystals?
- Pure quartz is silicon dioxide: SIO2. It's the most common mineral in the earth's crust.
- Q:would you expect to find olivine and quartz in the same igneous rock?
- I have been told that the vain of quartz crystals runs from Arkansa to Southeast Oklahoma into Texas. Now I don't know just how deep they are in Texas.I have done most of my diggen for Quartz Crystals in Southeast Oklahoma.The best on the book.
- Q:Where can one find quartz crystal in nature?
- do your homework ?
We are mainly engaged in developing and producing high-quality quartz glass products and CFQ tubes applied for light-sources, disinfection, chemical tubes, communication and heating equipment, and they are supporting materials for LSI.
Our major products include 200-460mm large OD high purity quartz tubes with OH<20ppm, other quartz tubes with OD range from 2 to 200mm, ozone free quartz tubes, UV-stop quartz tubes, twin quartz tubes, (fishing lamps) bulb shells, quartz boats, quartz for vertical furnace, quartz pedestals, quartz tanks, clear quartz crucibles.
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