[Fwd: approved materials for headway/karlsuss]

Paul Rissman rissman at stanford.edu
Tue Sep 6 08:59:24 PDT 2005


It is my understanding that other than being mildly hygroscopic, calcium 
fluoride is relatively intert.

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>Subject: approved materials for headway/karlsuss
>Date: Fri, 2 Sep 2005 09:43:06 -0700
>From: Simon Fishel <mailto:sfishel at stanford.edu><sfishel at stanford.edu>
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>Mahnaz,
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>I was wondering if calcium fluoride glass is an approved substrate for
>use in the headway and the karlsuss.  Please let me know.
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>Thanks,
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>Simon
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