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30mm Y-cut Quartz 5mm DSP
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Single crystal SiO2 (quartz)
Size: 2'' diameter x 0.5 mm thickness
Polish: one side polished
Surface roughness: < 5 A ( by AFM)
Packing: in 1000 class clean room by wafer carrier
Y-cut quartz is used for calculating Bechmann’s number. Scientists use Bechmann’s number to optimize and improve electrodes as it results in better performance of quartz crystal resonators.
A researcher requested the following:
We are interested in polished x-cut, y-cut and z-cut single quartz crystals. As for thickness and quantity we would need for each cut direction one crystal with a thickness of 100µm and 300µm respectively. For the diameter 25,4mm would suffice. We would be glad to receive and offer.
We quoted the following specs:
|25.4 ± 0.2 mm||X-CUT||0.10 ± 0.025 mm||DSP||SAW||seedless|
|25.4 ± 0.2 mm||X-CUT||0.30 ± 0.025 mm||DSP||SAW||seedless|
|25.4 ± 0.2 mm||Y-CUT||0.10 ± 0.025 mm||DSP||SAW||seedless|
|25.4 ± 0.2 mm||Y-CUT||0.30 ± 0.025 mm||DSP||SAW||seedless|
|25.4 ± 0.2 mm||Z-CUT||0.10 ± 0.025 mm||DSP||SAW||seedless|
|25.4 ± 0.2 mm||Z-CUT||0.30 ± 0.025 mm||DSP||SAW||seedless|
The Y-Cut crystal is a cut that has a face perpendicular to the X-axis. When electrically stimulated in the X-direction, this slice produces vibrations that are similar to a thick crystal. However, the Y-Cut can be slightly angled to produce a thinner, more rounded cut. This means that it is a less desirable choice for those looking to create a faceted cut.
A Y-Cut quartz crystal is a type of birefringent material. Its optic axis is perpendicular to its flat surfaces. This is important because the polarization of ordinary and extraordinary rays in a glass window depends on the polarization of the glass. It is also a very effective choice for polarizers. It is an ideal material for X-rays, which are the wavelengths that are emitted from quartz.
This crystal is ground so that its temperature coefficient will be around 60 p/m/degC. As a result, its frequency is proportional to its thickness, which will fluctuate in frequency as the temperature increases. It will operate at a maximum deviation of 75 deg C. Its length is 1.4 inches. The Y-Cut quartz is very efficient in reducing heat and maintaining a uniform temperature.
The differences between Y-Cut and X-Cut quartz are easily seen. The temperature coefficient is zero in Y-Cut Quartz, whereas it is nearly infinite in BT cut. The Y-Cut is often a better option for applications requiring higher frequencies. It is also better for low-frequency applications. If you are in need of a lower frequency crystal, try using a Y-Cut. It can produce a very low-frequency signal.
The Y-Cut quartz is a very popular material, but it has a lower temperature coefficient than X-Cut quartz. The differences in the temperature coefficients are caused by the fact that different types of Y-Cut quartz have varying thermal expansion coefficients. In addition to a lower temperature, ST-cut quartz is less expensive than Y-Cut. The Y-Cut quartz has a slightly higher temperature coefficient.
X-Cut quartz is less dense than Y-Cut, but it is more expensive. The Y-Cut is an important part of Y-Cut quartz, which is a group of crystals that are incompatible with each other. For the Y-Cut, a single crystal of Y-Cut quartz is the most common form of X-Cut. In contrast, high-frequency units are cut from the Y-Cut.
Y-Cut quartz is also commonly referred to as "Y-Cut". Its name is derived from the Y-Cut, which is an asymmetrically shaped piece of quartz. Its angles are perpendicular to the primary flat. The secondary flats are both angled towards the primary flat. The Y-Cut is asymmetrical, meaning that it has a lower temperature than the primary flat.
Y-Cut quartz is cut from a single crystal of Y-Cut. Its shape is symmetrical. It is cut on the diagonal axis at 51 degrees. The Y-Cut has a thickness equal to the X-axis. The X-Cut quartz is more flexible than a Y-Cut. It is easier to make asymmetrical cuts.
The Y-Cut quartz has a frequency factor of 112.6. This is the most common shape for Y-Cuts. Its low temperature is a disadvantage. At room temperature, the Y-Cut quartz will have a negative temperature coefficient. In the X-Cut, the Y-Cut is more dense, but still has the same frequency as an AT cut. The AT-Cut is the most expensive Y-Cut type of quartz.
The frequency factor is a very important factor in Y-Cut Quartz. The crystals are more likely to transmit energy if they have a lower temperature. In a CT cut, the crystal will emit a constant voltage. But the Y-Cut does not have a negative voltage. It will emit light at a higher temperature. Its width is a major advantage for a Y-Cut.