Fiber optics engineering: processing and applications, Issue 258
American Institute of Chemical Engineers, 1987 - Technology & Engineering - 67 pages
Papers presented at meetings of the National AIChE held between 1984 and 1986 in Anaheim, Houston, Seattle, New Orleans, and Miami.
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REVIEW OF CHEMISTRY AND MECHANISMS OF DEPOSITION FOR OPTICAL WAVEGUIDE FABRICATION
ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECTS OF THE MCVD PROCESS M P Bohrer J A Amelse and P L Narasimham
USE OF HEAT TRANSFER ANALYSES IN THE MANUFACTURE OF LARGE PREFORMS
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