Bismuth doped phosphosilicate glass and method of producing the same
An optical glass and phosphor-doped technology, applied in the field of optical glass, can solve the problems of reduced transmittance and limited practical application, etc.
Inactive Publication Date: 2009-08-19
KUNMING UNIV OF SCI & TECH
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The invention provides bismuth doped phosphorus silicate zinc acid-based optical glass and a preparation method thereof. The bismuth doped phosphorus silicate zinc acid-based optical glass is characterized in that: the bismuth doped phosphorus silicate zinc acid-based optical glass comprises the following glass substrates in mol percentage: 80 to 65 mol percent of ZnO, 5 to 45 percent of P2O5, 10 to 35 mol percent of SiO2, 0 to 10 mol percent of RO and 0.1 to 5 mol percent of Bi2O3, wherein RO is one of magnesia, calcium oxide, strontia and baryta. Compared with the quartz glass, the glass has an obviously reduced fusion temperature, and has an ultra-broadband optical property covering 1,000 to 1,600 nm communication wavebands. The glass is expected to be applied in the technical fields of ultra-broadband optical amplifiers, high-power lasers, tunable lasers, and the like.
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