Properties of Magnesium Fluoride MgF2 material
The vapor pressure of Magnesium Fluoride MgF2 material is high, and the raw material is volatile in the open system grown by the Czochralski method, so the crystal growth process needs to be carried out under positive pressure conditions. First, the crystal growth furnace was evacuated to a vacuum, and then filled to a slightly positive pressure with high-purity argon. After the gas is uniform, the argon gas is pumped out to remove impurities such as moisture and oxygen in the furnace. This process was repeated until the vacuum state in the crystal furnace was reached and the temperature was raised to the melting of the Magnesium Fluoride MgF2 material sintered material.
Application analysis of Magnesium Fluoride MgF2 material crystal material In the growth process of Magnesium Fluoride MgF2 material crystal, a certain amount of oxygen scavenger is added to prevent oxygen or hydroxyl groups from entering the crystal. The processed crystalline material is filled into graphite. Among the materials known so far, Magnesium Fluoride MgF2 material crystal is one of the materials with the best light transmission properties in the vacuum ultraviolet band. Magnesium Fluoride MgF2 material crystals range from vacuum ultraviolet to red. Single crystal atoms are arranged in a uniformly ordered long-range order, exhibiting a preferred orientation. Since there are no grain boundaries, adjacent particles (or fluorides).