Midinfrared free electron laser power delivery through a chalcogenide glass fiber

Awazu, Kunio; Ogino, Seiji; Nagai, Akio; Tomimasu, Takio; Morimoto, Shozo
December 1997
Review of Scientific Instruments;Dec1997, Vol. 68 Issue 12, p4351
Academic Journal
Reports on the results of free electron laser (FEL) power transmission measurements through chalcogenide fibers. Testing of the FEL power transmission by two types of chalcogenide NSEG fibers; Usefulness of tapered NSEG fibers for power transmission to narrow spaces such as the slide glass between the stable and the objective lens in microscope.


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