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New fabrication technique of fluorocarbon polymer-coated hollow waveguides by liquid-phase coating for medical applications

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Yuji Kato, Mitsuo Osawa, Mitsunobu Miyagi, Masaru Aizawa, Shin-ichi Abe, Shinji Onodera

Tohoku Univ. (Japan)

Proc. SPIE 2131, Biomedical Fiber Optic Instrumentation, 4 (July 28, 1994); doi:10.1117/12.180701
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  • Biomedical Fiber Optic Instrumentation
  • James A. Harrington; David M. Harris; Abraham Katzir; Fred P. Milanovich
  • Los Angeles, CA | January 23, 1994

abstract

A new method to fabricate dielectric-coated hollow waveguides has been proposed based on all liquid-phase techniques. Long silver tubes with an extremely smooth inner surface have been fabricated by using a new process of silver mirror reaction and loss reduction of short silver waveguides has been made by liquid flow-coating of a fluorocarbon polymer.

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Yuji Kato ; Mitsuo Osawa ; Mitsunobu Miyagi ; Masaru Aizawa ; Shin-ichi Abe, et al.
"New fabrication technique of fluorocarbon polymer-coated hollow waveguides by liquid-phase coating for medical applications", Proc. SPIE 2131, Biomedical Fiber Optic Instrumentation, 4 (July 28, 1994); doi:10.1117/12.180701; http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/12.180701


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