INRADIntrinsic Radiation
INRADInnovations in Radiation Detection and Dosimetry (UK)
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Table 1 CORRELATION MATRIX, DISCRIMINANT VALIDITY (FORNELL-LARCKER CRITERION) LV First Order Age DivGer InInc InRad Age N/A DivGer 0.2118 N/A InInc 0.1187 0.0520 N/A InRad 0.0380 0.0458 0.4455 N/A Pacap 0.0668 -0.0114 0.3238 0.2100 Racap 0.0259 -0.0210 0.3896 0.1992 Size 0.3525 0.2021 0.2427 0.0899 LV Second Order Acap ACAP 0.9316 Din 0.3609 LV First Order Pacap Racap Size Age DivGer InInc InRad Pacap 0.7142 Racap 0.7387 0.7905 Size 0.1266 0.1121 N/A LV Second Order Din ACAP Din 0.8505 N/A = not applicable.
Popular Science has recognised Inrad Optics' (OTC Bulletin Board: INRD) stilbene crystals with the 2015 Best of What's New Award.
Inrad Optics' stilbene product has received various awards, and was most recently honoured with a 2015 CLEO/Laser Focus World Innovation Award.
KDP crystals are used throughout the electro-optics industry with a number of vendors, such as Cleveland Crystals and Inrad. Rapid growth techniques were developed in a collaboration between Livermore and the Univ.
(U.S.), Olympus Corporation (Japan), Boston Scientific Corporation (U.S.), FUJIFILM Holdings Corporation (Japan), INRAD, Inc.
KD*P crystals are commercially available from INRAD and Cleveland Crystals.
Some of the key manufacturers include Alluxa; Cascade Optical Corporation; Chroma Technology Corporation.; Inrad Optics; Optical Coatings Japan; PPG Industries, Inc.; VIAVI Solutions Inc.; Schott AG; and Abrisa Technologies.