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Fiber splicing via soft glass

40-word commentary: A technique for making optical fuse described above. Small amount of captured glass melt between two ends of silica glass optical fibers is quenched to form the device structure. It is applicable even for the melt with poor thermal stability.
  1. S. Todoroki and S. Inoue: ``Low loss optical coupling structure between two ends of silica glass optical fibers by inserting TeO$_2$ melt'', J. Non-Cryst. Solids, 328, pp. 237-240 (2003).
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  2. S. Todoroki, A. Nukui and S. Inoue: ``Formation of optical coupling structure between silica glass waveguides and molten tellurite glass droplet'', International Symposium on Photonic Glass (ISPG 2002) (Ed. by C. Zhu), Vol. 5061 of SPIE Proceedings, USA, SPIE, pp. 50-58 (2003).
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  3. S. Todoroki, A. Nukui and S. Inoue: ``Formation of optical coupling structure between two ends of silica glass optical fibers by inserting tellurite glass melt'', J. Ceram. Soc. Jpn., 110, 5, pp. 476-478 (2002).
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TODOROKI Shin-ichi 2016-05-03