Abstract

Fluorescent angular scattering from laser dye-filled small-core-diameter fibers shows increased backscattered fluorescent emissions as the core diameter decreases below 23 μm. The fluorescent angular scattering from Coumarin 7 laser dye-filled hollow-core quartz fibers were measured at three different fluorescent wavelengths and compared with the elastic scattered incident radiation at 442 nm.

© 1991 Optical Society of America

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