The transparent quartz plates have the features of high purity,heat resistance and low coefficient of thermal expansion.
Transparent Quartz Plates:
Quartz plates, SiO2≥99.99%. The quartz plates have the features of high purity,heat resistance and low coefficient of thermal expansion. It is transparent with good transmittance of visible light(>90%).
Specifications: length 10-1200mm, Width 10-800mm, thickness1-40mm.
The quartz plates are widely used in the fields including semiconductor, light sources, communication devices, laser instruments, optic instruments, lab instruments, electricity devices, metallurgy, medical and chemical instruments, building material, defense industry and so on.
- Q:why's a quartz crystal necessary in clocks when a semiconductor can periodically oscillate?
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- Q:What is the importance of quartz, garnet, kaolinite and talc.?
- Don't they find gold veins in and near quarts? Quartz is also meant to vibrate at even and can be quite therapeutic. You could also rake it up and sell it for $20 a bag for gardens etc
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- Q:What does quartz on a watch mean?
- This question appears in Answers physics category. One fundamental law of physics is Law of conservation of mass. Under normal circumstances (except nuclear reactions and radioactivity) mass is conserved in any chemical reaction or any physical change, no matter what you do with the mass. If 60 kg granite contains 35% quartz it will remain as it is unless it goes through some chemical reaction. That’s (60 x 35)/100 = 21 kg. The distribution of quartz particle in granite and percent of wastage during cutting process is another issue. If such data is available then it can be included for adjusting or correcting the answer.
- Q:When was quartz discovered and who discovered it?
- Q:Help me with Quartz?
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- Q:What are the pros and cons of having a quartz sink?
- wikipedia: In a piezoelectric crystal, the positive and negative electrical charges are separated, but symmetrically distributed, so that the crystal overall is electrically neutral. Each of these sides forms an electric dipole and dipoles near each other tend to be aligned in regions called Weiss domains. The domains are usually randomly oriented, but can be aligned during poling (not the same as magnetic poling), a process by which a strong electric field is applied across the material, usually at elevated temperatures. When a mechanical stress is applied, this symmetry is disturbed, and the charge asymmetry generates a voltage across the material. For example, a 1 cm3 cube of quartz with 2 kN of correctly applied force can produce a voltage of 12,500 V. Piezoelectric materials also show the opposite effect, called converse piezoelectric effect, where the application of an electrical field creates mechanical deformation in the crystal. .
- Q:is there such a thing as a mechanical quartz clock? (non electronic)?
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- Q:what's the difference between granite and quartz as far as kitchen counters go?
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- Q:How are amethyst and quartz alike?
- quartz is chemically very stable and will not be chemically harmed by boiling, or even really exposure to most acids, bases, oxidants, and reductants (at near surface conditions). However, the quartz could (often does) contain tiny crystal defects that heating could cause to spread, so if you heat it in boiling water, there could be physical damage, crystals could break, or more likely, crystals could separate along the weak zones of contact (you could break individual crystals off from the main sample by accident).
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