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what's synthetic titanium doped sapphire (Ti:Al2O3)? where's single crystal Ti:sapphire Al2O3 wafers(lenses,substrates)for solar cells,LED,LD,MgB2 manufacturer? how to buy Al2O3 single crystal or Ti:sapphire?

DFNano® supplier of single crystal synthetic titanium doped sapphire (Ti:Al2O3); manufacturer of single crystal synthetic Ti:sapphire Al2O3 wafers(lenses,substrates)for solar cells,LED,LD,MgB2 in china.

Titanium doped Sapphire (Ti:Sapphire) is the most widely used laser crystal for widely tunable and ultrashort pulsed lasers with high gain and high power outputs

what is sapphire(Al2O3)?

Al2O3 single crystal, also called sapphire, is used for blue LED substrate optical window. MTI grows high quality Sapphire via CZ method and produces sapphire substrate from 10x10 mm to 100 mm diameter for the most competitive price.

Sapphire (single crystal of Al2O3) is being used extensively as a substrate for III-V nitrides and for many other epitaxial films.

application of synthetic sapphire

synthetic sapphire often used as infrared filters in military and industrial applications watch glasses, watch crystals, and gauge Silicon on sapphire wafers; Superconductor substrate, high temperature and pressure windows, electrical insulators, thin film deposition, transparent electronic substrate.

we supplies precision optical components in various materials and configurations.Sapphire’s hardness and ability to accept a high polish make it an ideal bearing component.Synthetic Sapphire is widely used in medical applications for its transmission, high thermal conductivity and ability to autoclave.Sapphire’s hardness and ability to transmit from UV to IR make it ideal for demanding applications in Space and Airplane systems.

standard products of sapphire (single crystal Al2O3)

synthetic sapphire is being used extensively as a substrate for III-V nitrides and for many other epitaxial films.
synthetic sapphire (single crystal Al2O3)
As - grown boules <0001> ori.+/- 0.5° D3"*(L50-70)mm; D2"*(L50-70)mm; D30"*(L50-70)mm
As-cut blanks <0001> ori.+/- 0.5° 2" dia x 0.7 mm thickness; 1" dia x 0.7 mm thickness
Epi -polished substrates; C, R, A plane: ori.+/- 0.5° 1 or 2 sides polished Ra<10 Å 3" dia. x 0.5 mm; 2" dia. x 0.33 mm; 2"dia x 0.5 mm; 1" dia x 0.5 mm; 0.5" x 0.5" x 0.5 mm; 10x10x0.5 mm
Synthetic sapphire (Al2O3) single crystal is a highly trusted material with its excellent chemical stability, mechanical property, and light transmission. It is often used in aggressive environments where reliability, optical transmission and strength are required.

Physical and Optical Properties of Synthetic Sapphire

synthetic sapphire (single crystal Al2O3)
Crystal System Hexagonal
Lattice a=4.785Å, C=12.991Å
Density 3.98g-4.10g/cm3
Crystal Purity >99.99%
Crystallographic D spacing (1120) - a plane: 2.379 Å (1102) - r plane: 1.740 Å
(1010) - m plane: 1.375 Š;(1123) - n plane: 1.147 ů
(0001) - c plane: 2.165 Å ; (1011) - s plane: 1.961 Å
Transmission Range 170-6500nm, >80% in IR range
Melting Point 2040°C
Specific Heat 0.418 W.s/g/K 0.10 (cal/°C)
Thermal Conductivity 46.06@0°C, 25.12@100°C, 12.56@400°C W/(m.K)
Thermal Shock Resistance 790 W/m
Thermal Expansion Coefficient 5.8x10-6/K, 7.5(x10-6/°C)
Dielectric Constant 11.5°C (Parallel to the c-axis) 103-1010Hz 25
9.3°C (Perpendicular to the c-axis) 103-1010Hz 25
Hardness 9 Mohs
Refractive Index 1.83 @0.26 m, 1.76 @0.63 m, 1.58 @5.57 m
Loss Tangent at 10 GHz <2x10-5 at A axis; <5 x10-5 at C axis

manufacturer and supplier of synthetic sapphire (Al2O3)

we had been a provider of many kinds of synthetic sapphires, including sapphire wafers, sapphire lenses, sapphire substrates, watch glasses, and sapphire boule for many years. Synthetic sapphire is anisotropic hexagonal crystal. Its properties depend on crystallographic direction. Our synthetic sapphire wafers are generated using the latest technology to maximize quality and transmittance. Because of our product’s quality, you can trust that it is your best choice for a variety of demanding applications.
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