25 mm × 25 mm × 1.1 mm
84% (nominal at 550nm)
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No, Product No. 703192 has coating on one side only. The best way to identify which side has the coating is to measure the resistivity of the slide. The probes should lightly touch the surface, to minimize any damage to the substrate.
To clean Product No. 703192, our vendor recommends using a 20% by weight solution of ethanolamine in deionized water, heated to 80 °C in an ultrasonic bath, within an approved fume hood. Immersion of parts in this solution with ultrasonic agitation for a period of 10 to 15 minutes is an efficient method for the removal of any fingerprints, body oils or similar residual organic contaminants. The solution is moderately caustic. Solution vapors can irritate mucous membranes and can cause burns, and should be avoided. Following the immersion cycle, the substrates should be removed and rinsed several times with deionized water, and finally blown dry with a clean, oil-free nitrogen or air source to avoid water spotting. For additional assistance, please contact Technical Services.
Yes, there are a variety of methods for attachment to Product No. 703192. One involves the use of highly conductive silver bus compositions. This can be applied to ITO surface along an edge, for example, and dried or cured, depending on whether the composition is a thermoplastic or thermoset material. The resulting bus bar provides a highly conductive layer in intimate contact with the transparent conductor. The attachment of an alligator clip to the bus bar, while it may penetrate the transparent conductor, will also make excellent contact with the bus material. Since the bus material is several orders of magnitude (from 3 to 5 ) more conductive than the transparent semiconductor, contact resistance is minimized and any voltage drop a this interface becomes negligible. For additional assistance, please contact Technical Services.
No, Product No. 703192 has a SiO2 passivation layer applied directly on the glass prior to ITO coating.
According to the vendor, Product No. 703192 has a typical surface roughness of <0.15 micrometer/20 mm, peak-to-peak. This value is not measured for every slide, but is an average value.
Typical composition of float glass used for Product No. 703192 is 72.6% SiO2, 0.8% B2O3, 1.7% Al2O3, 4.6% CaO, 3.6% MgO, and 15.2% Na2O. These values are not measured for every slide, but are average values.