Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by James A. Harrington.|
|Series||SPIE Press monograph -- PM135|
|LC Classifications||TA1800 .H37 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 298 p.|
|Number of Pages||298|
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The development of fiber lasers operating in the mid-infrared wavelength region can lead to novel material processing applications. For instance, mid-infrared fiber lasers are ideally suited to replace common mid-IR emitters for material processing applications, e.g., CO 2 gas lasers. Furthermore, many important compounds have strong absorption. Potential applications for this fiber include transmission of long-wavelength radiation (e.g., 10 μm CO 2 laser light) and far-infrared spectroscopy. Metal oxides (e.g., A1 2 O 3, sapphire) offer the highest usable temperature (~ °C for A1 2 O 3) and in principle should transmit from the UV well into the IR (~ μm ≤ λ 0 ≤ 6 μm). The book covers the most trending topics of dietary fiber applications, emphasizing polyphenol properties, bioavailability and metabolomics, target sources, recovery and emerging technologies, technological aspects, stability during processing, and applications in the food, beverage and nutraceutical sectors. Get this from a library! Infrared optical fibers and their applications: September, , Boston, Massachusetts. [Mohammed Saad; James A Harrington; Society of Photo-optical Instrumentation Engineers.;].
Despite this, current singlemode and multimode chalcogenide glass fibers are enabling numerous applications. Some of these applications include laser power delivery, chemical sensing, imaging, scanning near field microscopy spectroscopy, fiber infrared (IR) . Ceramic Fibers and Their Applications book. Ceramic Fibers and Their Applications. DOI link for Ceramic Fibers and Their Applications. Ceramic Fibers and Their Applications book. Edited By Toshihiro Ishikawa. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 31 October Pub. location New York. An important guide to the major techniques for generating coherent light in the mid-infrared region of the spectrum Laser-based Mid-infrared Sources and Applications gives a comprehensive overview of the existing methods for generating coherent light in the important yet difficult-to-reach mid-infrared region of the spectrum (2–20 μm) and their applications. Infrared (IR) fibers offer a versatile approach to guiding and manipulating light in the IR spectrum, which is becoming increasingly more prominent in a variety of scientific disciplines and technological applications. Despite well-established efforts on the fabrication of IR fibers in past decades, a number of remarkable breakthroughs have recently rejuvenated the field—just as related.