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Neutron-induced defects in optical fibers

Abstract : We present a study on 0.8 MeV neutron-induced defects up to fluences of 1017 n/cm² in fluorine doped opticalfibers by using electron paramagnetic resonance, optical absorption and confocal micro-luminescence techniques. Our results allow to address the microscopic mechanisms leading to the generation of Silica-related point-defects such as E’, H(I), POR and NBOH Centers
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Serena Rizzolo, Adriana Morana, Marco Cannas, Sophie Bauer, Jocelyn Perisse, et al.. Neutron-induced defects in optical fibers. 10th International Symposium on SiO2 Advanced Dielectrics and Related Devices (SiO2014), Jun 2014, Cagliari, Italy. pp.111-119. ⟨hal-02092711⟩

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