14 January 1986 Fluoride Glass Infrared Optical Fibers In Medicine And Biology
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Abstract
Infrared fluoride glass fibers less than 1 dB/m between 0.5 and 4.5 μm are now currently manufactured. They are drawn from multicomponent ZrF4-based glass preforms in various core to cladding ratios. These fibers may be used in several technological fields connected to medicine and biology : infrared spectrometry and in line gas analysis, remote I.R. spectrometry, thermal imaging and laser surgery.
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Gwenael Maze, Gwenael Maze, Vincent Cardin, Vincent Cardin, Marcel Poulain, Marcel Poulain, } "Fluoride Glass Infrared Optical Fibers In Medicine And Biology", Proc. SPIE 0576, Optical Fibers in Medicine and Biology I, (14 January 1986); doi: 10.1117/12.950720; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.950720
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