Ultra low expansion glass


Ultra low expansion glass

Ultra low expansion glass (ULE) is a registered trademark of Corning Incorporated [http://www.corning.com/ule] . ULE has a very low thermal expansion coefficient (~0.10 x 10-9/K at 5-35°C).

Applications

* Ultra Low Expansion Substrates
* Length-Standards
* Lightweight Honeycomb Mirror Mounts
* Astronomical Telescopes
* Precision Measurement Technology
* Laser Cavities


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