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18 July 1988 Optical Power Propagation In Chalcogenide Glass Fibers At 10.6 µm
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This paper describes the preparation and characterization of chalcogenide fibers for applications such as imaging and remote optical powering. The fibers were drawn from rod preforms and clad with a UV-cured urethane acrylate coating. The polymer clad fibers were 250 gm in diameter. Extended lengths up to 0.5 km of fiber were achieved that exhibited excellent strength and flexibility.
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D M Rusconi and G H Sigel Jr. "Optical Power Propagation In Chalcogenide Glass Fibers At 10.6 µm", Proc. SPIE 0929, Infrared Optical Materials IV, (18 July 1988); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.945860
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