14 January 2002 New sensors based on amalgamation of fiber optics and aquatic plants to control water pollution
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Abstract
Simple remote sensors are investigated on the basis on various variants of amalgamation of optical fibers with 'living sensitive element' as they apply to environmental processes. The theory of optical fiber with additional formed cladding is presented, but a profile of the refractive index in this layer lowers from the diffusion dictation. Analysis of a new mechanism for effective operation of such additional liquid cladding of optical fiber with long-period grating is considered.
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Edmund I. Akopov, Tamara V. Tulaikova, Alexey I. Paskhin, Dmitry S. Gusev, "New sensors based on amalgamation of fiber optics and aquatic plants to control water pollution", Proc. SPIE 4488, Ocean Optics: Remote Sensing and Underwater Imaging, (14 January 2002); doi: 10.1117/12.452823; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.452823
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Cladding

Liquids

Diffusion

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Fiber optics sensors

Quartz

Waveguides

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