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Femtosecond Laser Writing of Waveguides in Glass

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Femtosecond laser writing was used to fabricate waveguides in undoped and rare-earth doped polyphosphate and metaphosphate glasses. The influence of glass composition and laser parameters on waveguide properties and structural changes in the glass is discussed.

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