Abstract

The feasibility of isotopic engineering in a form of isotopic boundary for light-confinement applications is assessed. It is estimated that isotopic structuring alone is capable of providing the light-confinement aperture of a same (or almost the same) order of magnitude as conventional fiber optics.

© 1988 Optical Society of America

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