By Jean-Luc Adam
Chalcogenide glasses are promising fabrics for photonic functions because of their specified houses and functionalities. Chalcogenide glasses are obvious from the obvious to the close to infrared zone they usually might be moulded into lenses or drawn into fibres. Chalcogenide glass fibres and optical elements reminiscent of waveguides were constructed to be used with lasers, for optical switching, chemical and temperature sensing and part swap stories. half one covers instruction equipment and houses of chalcogenide glasses and half explores the purposes of chalcogenide glasses.
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