Abstract

A procedure for the synthesis of glasses with satisfactory optical quality in the SnO-GeO2-SiO2 system has been developed. Using the rod-in-tube method, SnO-containing lightguide fibers were fabricated both in a quartz cladding and in a cladding of the more fusible Shott 8253 multicomponent aluminosilicate glass.

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