5 October 1995 Molecular studies and plastic optical fiber device structures for nonlinear optical applications
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Summarized are two project areas: First, the development of a quantitative structure property relationship for analyzing thermal decomposition differential scanning calorimetry data of electro-optic dyes is presented. The QSPR relationship suggest that thermal decomposition can be effectively correlated with structure by considering the kinds of atoms, their hybridization, and their nearest neighbor bonded atoms. Second, the simple preparation of clad plastic optical fibers (POF) is discussed with the intention of use for nonlinear optical applications. We discuss preparation techniques for single core and multiple core POF, and present some recent data on index profiles and the optimization of thermal stability in acrylate-based POF structures.
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Carl W. Dirk, Carl W. Dirk, Aruna R. Nagarur, Aruna R. Nagarur, Jin Ju Lu, Jin Ju Lu, Lixia Zhang, Lixia Zhang, Priya Kalamegham, Priya Kalamegham, Joe Fonseca, Joe Fonseca, Saytha Gopalan, Saytha Gopalan, Scott Townsend, Scott Townsend, Gabriel Gonzalez, Gabriel Gonzalez, Patrick Craig, Patrick Craig, Monica Rosales, Monica Rosales, Leslie Green, Leslie Green, Karen Chan, Karen Chan, Robert J. Twieg, Robert J. Twieg, Susan P. Ermer, Susan P. Ermer, Doris S. Leung, Doris S. Leung, Steven M. Lovejoy, Steven M. Lovejoy, Suzanne Lacroix, Suzanne Lacroix, Nicolas Godbout, Nicolas Godbout, Etienne Monette, Etienne Monette, } "Molecular studies and plastic optical fiber device structures for nonlinear optical applications", Proc. SPIE 2527, Nonlinear Optical Properties of Organic Materials VIII, (5 October 1995); doi: 10.1117/12.222782; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.222782
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