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Specialty Gratings and Microscope Objectives

ZEISS is an internationally-renowned manufacturer of optics and optoelectronics that was founded in Jena, Germany in 1846. Headquartered in Oberkochen, Germany, ZEISS develops, produces, and distributes innovative solutions for four business segments – Semiconductor Manufacturing Technology, Industrial Quality & Research, Medical Technology, and Consumer Markets. Edmund Optics® is proud to be a global distribution partner of ZEISS microscope objectives and speciality gratings for spectroscopy.

  Large global inventory of standard ZEISS products available for immediate shipping
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  Wide selection of complementary optical components and optomechanics

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Understanding Microscopes and Objectives

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Answers to some commonly asked questions.

What is the blaze angle and blaze wavelength of a grating and how are they related?

What is the difference between reflective and transmission gratings?

What is the difference between holographic and ruled diffraction gratings?

What is the grating equation?

How do I handle and clean my gratings?

What is the difference between Rowland circle and a polychromator mounts for gratings?

How do the efficiency curves relate to the actual amount of light I will see at any given wavelength?

Technical Tools

Technical tools and calculators based on commonly used and referenced equations in the Optics, Imaging, and Photonics industries.

Infinite Conjugate Tube Length