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Polymeric microelement on the top of the fiber formation and optical loss in this element analysis

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ABSTRACT

This paper describes the formation technology of polymeric microlenses self-organized on the fiber top in the limited reaction volume. The loss inserted to the optical coupling channel and their sources was investigated.

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Fokina, M. , Sobeshuk, N. and Denisyuk, I. (2010) Polymeric microelement on the top of the fiber formation and optical loss in this element analysis. Natural Science, 2, 868-872. doi: 10.4236/ns.2010.28109.

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