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A review of optical fibre nanowires and microwires

A review of optical fibre nanowires and microwires
A review of optical fibre nanowires and microwires
Until 2003, the use of glass micro- and nano-wires (MNW) for optical applications has been limited by surface roughness and inhomogeneity. In the last few years, novel fabrication techniques have allowed the manufacture of MNW with a transmission loss sufficiently low to be used for optical applications. MNW have attracted increasing interest because of their exceptional optical and mechanical properties
Brambilla, G.
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Brambilla, G.
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Brambilla, G. (2009) A review of optical fibre nanowires and microwires. 5th IUPAC International Conference on Novel Materials and Their Synthesis (NMS-V), Shanghai, China. 18 - 22 Oct 2009.

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Until 2003, the use of glass micro- and nano-wires (MNW) for optical applications has been limited by surface roughness and inhomogeneity. In the last few years, novel fabrication techniques have allowed the manufacture of MNW with a transmission loss sufficiently low to be used for optical applications. MNW have attracted increasing interest because of their exceptional optical and mechanical properties

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Published date: 18 October 2009
Venue - Dates: 5th IUPAC International Conference on Novel Materials and Their Synthesis (NMS-V), Shanghai, China, 2009-10-18 - 2009-10-22

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URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/78900
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Date deposited: 18 Mar 2010
Last modified: 05 Nov 2019 17:31

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