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Whitbred, III; George N.
Campbell, NY
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6536236 Method of making a polarizing glass March 25, 2003
A method of producing a polarizing glass article that exhibits a broad band of high contrast polarizing properties in the infrared region of the radiation spectrum. The polarizing glass is phase-separated or exhibits photochromic properties based on silver, copper, or copper-cadmium hali
6221480 Broadband contrast polarizing glass April 24, 2001
A polarizing glass article, and a method of making the article, that exhibits a broad band of high contrast polarizing properties in the infrared region of the radiation spectrum, that is phase-separated by precipitating silver, copper, or copper-cadmium halide crystals in the glass

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