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Alkali free boro-aluminosilicate glass

Special Properties

  • Lightweight glass
  • Low thermal expansion
  • Near zero alkali content
  • Low density
  • Low sagging
  • Neutral color

Typical Applications

  • Lightweight AMLCD substrate
  • Chip on glass (COG) applications
  • TFT-LCD manufacturing
  • High resolution displays
  • Sensor windows
  • Substrate for ITO-coated glass and optics
  • Substrates for coatings
  • Opto-electronics applications

EAGLE2000 glass is a lightweight AMLCD alkaline earth boro-aluminosilicate glass from Corning with interesting characteristics. It features a low density, a low coefficient of thermal expansion and is a near zero alkali glass material with a total alkali content of approximately 0,1 weight-% (typically <0,05 weight-%). The fusion drawn AMLCD glass provides the excellent flatness and a high surface quality that is indispensable for high resolution applications. Due to its low coefficient of thermal expansion, effects like thermal shock and glass breakage is reduced. EAGLE2000 therefore has the capabilities to work in COG (chip on glass) processes. The Corning's EAGLE specialty glass shows an even higher chemical durability than the 1737 or 1737F materials. The high, broadband, color neutral Transmission of EAGLE2000 and the low light absorbance in combination with the low specific weight of EAGLE2000 quality glass, make it an ideal solution for many demanding applications.


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Transmission of EAGLE2000

Refractive Index

  • nD = 1,5068 (589,3 nm)


  • 2,37 g/cm3 (20 °C)

Young's Modulus

  • 70,9 GPa

Poisson's Ratio

  • 0,23

Shear Modulus

  • 28,9 GPa

Coefficient of Thermal Expansion

  • 31,8 x 10-7/ °C (0-300 °C)
  • 36,1 x 10-7/ °C (25-670 °C)
    (room temperature to setting point)


  • Working Point (104 dPas): 1321 °C
  • Softening Point (107,6 dPas): 985 °C
  • Annealing Point (1013 dPas): 722 °C
  • Strain Point (1014,5 dPas): 666 °C

Electrical Properties

  • Dielectric Constant 5,181 (20 °C / 1 kHz)
  • Loss Tangent 0,4% (20 °C / 1 kHz)

Chemical Properties


5 % NaOH

N/50 Na2CO3

5 % HCL

Temp. (°C) 95 95 95
Reaction Time (h) 6 6 24
Weight loss
1,61 0,14 0,3

Standard Thicknesses



0,70 mm ±0,07
1,10 mm ±0,10

All given details and specifications are mean reference values and are not guaranteed. In addition, please consider our "Notes on technical specifications"