High contrast cathode ray engineering report, Volume 1597
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 1970 - Technology & Engineering - 131 pages
This report summarizes the results attained during a research and development program to develop a composite filter structure suitable for utilization as a high-contrast cathode ray tube faceplate for viewing under high ambient illumination with TV resolution capability.
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Exploded View of NonLinear Filter
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Adhesion to Base ambient ball milled base glass Base Substrate Borate Cobalt Oxide Borate Zinc Oxide BOROSILICATE GLASS bulb Burner Muffle Furnace Burner Oxy-Propane Burner Calcium Silicate cathode ray tube Characteristics of Cobalt Cobalt Oxide Doped Cobalt Oxide Sodium color cooling Corning Glass Crazing Heavy dry in mortar EXPANSION MATCHING faceplate Fair Fair Figure Firing Method Oxy-Propane flow fluorescent glass frit Furnace Glass Formulation Furnace Muffle Furnace Furnace Oxy-Propane Burner GLASS cont high contrast inch lacquer MATCHING OF U. V. mesh 000 mesh Method Oxy-Propane Burner Mixed dry mortar and pestle Muffle Furnace Glass Muffle Furnace Muffle Muffle Furnace Oxy-Propane Oxide Cobalt Oxide Oxide Doped Glass Oxide Sodium Borate Oxy-Propane Burner Muffle Oxy-Propane Burner Oxy-Propane Percent Cobalt Oxide phosphor potassium silicate Pyrex Remarks screen seal Sodium Borate Cobalt Sodium Borate Zinc SPECTRAL CHARACTERISTICS surface TABLE temperature thickness Transmission Characteristics uranium glass Vycor WAVELENGTH Zinc Oxide Cobalt Zinc Oxide Sodium