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Anti-Reflective (AR) Glass & Coatings

Source: Abrisa Technologies

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Anti-reflective (AR) glass is created by bonding specially selected materials to the surface(s) of the glass. While uncoated Glass has a surface reflectivity of approximately 4% per surface, (AR) glass will have a reflection value less than un-coated, ranging down to 0.1% in some cases.

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Anti-reflective (AR) glass is created by bonding specially selected materials to the surface(s) of the glass. While uncoated Glass has a surface reflectivity of approximately 4% per surface, (AR) glass will have a reflection value less than un-coated, ranging down to 0.1% in some cases. (AR) glass has several purposes. It may be used to reduce glare, improve the brightness (signal strength) of transmitted images or light beams, or to improve the contrast of an image (signal-to-noise ratio of a beam).

(AR) coatings may be placed on flat, concave, convex or complex shaped transparent substrates. Substrates may include but are not limited to commercial soda lime glass, borosilicate glass, special index optical glasses and filters, quartz, and fused silica. (AR) glass is produced by several methods: pryolytic coating, dip coating, and thin film coating. The purpose of these coatings is to reduce the reflected light from the surfaces of glass and/or increase the amount of light transmitted through the glass.

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