UQG Optics

SCHOTT D263T
D263T with its specific properties and the large range of thickness with tight tolerances is exceptionally well suited for a number of applications in passive matrix liquid crystal displays, touch control panels and solar technologies. Due to a special down draw production process the glass sheets are marked by fire-polished surfaces. D263T is a borosilicate glass that is produced by melting very pure raw materials. As such it is very resistant to chemical attack.

The features are that it is easy to cut, high luminous transmittance, low mobility of alkali ions, high chemical resistance and excellent flatness. The subsequent properties are based primarily upon the measuring results of the very latest standards and measuring methods. Schott Displayglas retains the right to change the data in keeping with the latest technical standards. Non-tolerance numerical values are reference values of an average production quality.

SPECTRAL TRANSMITTANCE
Mechanical Properties
Density ρ in g/cm3 (annealed at 40°C/h) 2.51 Stress Optical Coefficient C in 1.02 . 10-12 m2/N 3.4 Young´s Modulus E in kN/mm2 72.9 Torsion Modulus G in kN/mm2 30.1 Knoop Hardness HK100 590
Thermal Properties
Viscosity and Corresponding Temperature
Designation Viscosity
log η [dPas]
Temperature
θ [°C]
Strain Point 14.5 529
Annealing Point 13.0 557
Softening Point 7.6 736
Coefficient of thermal expansion a
Coefficient of Mean Linear Thermal Expansion α(20-300°C) in 10-6 K-1 (Static Measurement) 7.2
Thermal Properties
Hydrolytic resistance acc. To DIN ISO 719
Hydrolytic class HGB 1
Equivalent of Alkali (Na2O) per gram of glass grains in ug/g 20
Acid resistance acc. To DIN 12116
Acid Class 2
Half Surface Weight Loss after 6 hours in mg/dm2 1.4
Alkali Resistance acc. To DIN ISO 695
Class A 2
Surface Weight Loss after 3 hours in mg/dm2 88
Electrical Properties
Dielectric Constant (Permittivity) e at 1 MHz 6.7
Dissipation Factor tan d at 1 MHz 61 . 10-4
Electric Volume Resistively pD in Ω - cm for alternating Current 50 HZ at the Specified Temperatures
θ = 250 °C 1.6 . 108
θ = 350 °C 3.5 . 106
Optical Properties
Refractive Indices    
Pre treatment of Samples ng 1.5354
Condition as supplied [´as drawn´] nF' 1.5305
  nF 1.5300
  ne 1.5255 +/- 0.0015
  nd 1.5231
  nD 1.5230
  nC' 1.5209
  nC 1.5204
Abbé Value Ve 55
Transmittance Data Tλ - Individual Values in % (t = 1.1 mm)    
  λ[nm] Tλ[%]
  380 89.8
  632.8 91.8
  1064 92.0
Edge Wavelength λC (T = 0.46) in nm 329  
Luminous Transmittance Tsub>vD65 in % (t=1.1 mm) 912  
t = 1.1 mm 91.7 ± 0.3  


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