Radiation-induced defects in pure-silica-core optical fibers: a study by confocal Microscopy

Abstract : We studied by confocal microscopy the radial distributions of the γ-ray radiation-induced point defects in pure-silica core fibers with F-doped claddings. We provide evidence for the non-uniform distribtion of these emitting color centers in the radiation-hardened low and high-Ohoptical fibers.
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Sébastien Girard, B. Vincent, A. Boudrioua, B. Brichard, A. Boukenter, et al.. Radiation-induced defects in pure-silica-core optical fibers: a study by confocal Microscopy. 6th Symposium SiO2 Advanced Dielectrics and Related Devices, Jun 2006, Palermo, Italy. pp.170-171. ⟨ujm-00170860⟩

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