What is dichroic glass? Dichroic glass is a type of glass that splits and transmits light in two different colors (white and colored). It has been used for decades in many industries, but you're not limited to just clear and colored glasses.

Dichroic Glass Properties

The majority of patterned dichroic glass is made from borosilicate glass. The dichroic properties of this type of glass can be broken down into three main components: a) absorption, b) emission and c) reflection. Each element has its own set of characteristics when it comes to each of these aspects. 

For example, the absorption property or spectrum determines how much light is absorbed by the dichroic glass for each wavelength. If the spectrum is fully absorbed by one element, then that element will only reflect visible light at exactly that wavelength. However, if one element absorbs some wavelengths and reflects others (or vice versa), an overall shift in color can occur.

Why is dichroic glass so popular?

Dichroic glass is one of the most popular types of glass because it has many different uses. It can be used in windows, mirrors, and other objects. Dichroic glass is made of two different colors of glass that are put together to create the desired effect. It is a type of glass that has special properties. This makes it very useful. When dichroic glass is used in windows, it makes the window glow and shine. 

Dichroic light filters can also be used in electronic devices for display such as television screens, computer monitors, and calculators. The display on the device changes depending on the angle of the filter to which it is attached. 

People use dichroic light filters for illumination purposes. They are also used in black lights that change colors when exposed to different types of ultraviolet light. People may use them to decorate their homes or offices by covering windows with different colored dichroic glass panels.