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Fiber Optic Couplers For Spectrophotometry, Prospects For In Situ, In-Line And Remote Measurement
Author(s): G. Boisde; C. Linger; G. Chevalier; J. J . Perez
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Paper Abstract

Fiber optic couplers have been developed specially for nuclear chemical spectrophotometric applications. Coupling devices are described for TELEPHOT® industrial photometers and different commercial spectrophotometers, as well as the probes and measurement cells employed. The value of optical multiplexing is discussed for the time-sharing assignment of instruments to several work stations. Non-nuclear applications in medical analysis are also mentioned, together with the possibilities offered by these devices for uses other than spectrophotometry.

Paper Details

Date Published: 30 March 1984
PDF: 6 pages
Proc. SPIE 0403, Optical Fibers in Broadband Networks, Instrumentation, and Urban and Industrial Environments, (30 March 1984); doi: 10.1117/12.935596
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G. Boisde, French Atomic Energy Commission (France)
C. Linger, French Atomic Energy Commission (CEA) (France)
G. Chevalier, French Atomic Energy Commission (CEA) (France)
J. J . Perez, French Atomic Energy Commission (CEA) (France)


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Optical Fibers in Broadband Networks, Instrumentation, and Urban and Industrial Environments

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