Reduction of the radiation-induced absorption in hydrogenated pure silica core fibres irradiated in situ with y-rays

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Reduction of the radiation-induced absorption in hydrogenated pure silica core fibres irradiated in situ with y-rays. / Brichard, Benoît; Tomashuk, A. L.; Bogatyrjov, V. A.; Fernandez Fernandez, Alberto; Klyamkin, S. N.; Girard, S.; Berghmans, Francis.

In: Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids, Vol. 353, No. 5-7, 01.04.2007, p. 466-472.

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Brichard, Benoît ; Tomashuk, A. L. ; Bogatyrjov, V. A. ; Fernandez Fernandez, Alberto ; Klyamkin, S. N. ; Girard, S. ; Berghmans, Francis. / Reduction of the radiation-induced absorption in hydrogenated pure silica core fibres irradiated in situ with y-rays. In: Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids. 2007 ; Vol. 353, No. 5-7. pp. 466-472.

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abstract = "We studied the efficiency of a hydrogen-treatment in different pure silica core fibres irradiated by y-ray in an attempt to decrase the radiation-induced absorption (RIA). It is observed that the effect of hydrogen already reduces the drawing-induced band commonly observed in low-OH fibres. During irradiation we observe a large increase of the radiation-induced OH growth with a corresponding significant reduction of the radiation-induced absorption at 0.63 µm. The presence of hydrogen also reduces the transient radiation-induced absorption at 0.7 µm sometimes observed in low-OH/low-chlorine fibres and believed to pertain to self-trapped holes (STHs).",
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T1 - Reduction of the radiation-induced absorption in hydrogenated pure silica core fibres irradiated in situ with y-rays

AU - Brichard, Benoît

AU - Tomashuk, A. L.

AU - Bogatyrjov, V. A.

AU - Fernandez Fernandez, Alberto

AU - Klyamkin, S. N.

AU - Girard, S.

AU - Berghmans, Francis

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AB - We studied the efficiency of a hydrogen-treatment in different pure silica core fibres irradiated by y-ray in an attempt to decrase the radiation-induced absorption (RIA). It is observed that the effect of hydrogen already reduces the drawing-induced band commonly observed in low-OH fibres. During irradiation we observe a large increase of the radiation-induced OH growth with a corresponding significant reduction of the radiation-induced absorption at 0.63 µm. The presence of hydrogen also reduces the transient radiation-induced absorption at 0.7 µm sometimes observed in low-OH/low-chlorine fibres and believed to pertain to self-trapped holes (STHs).

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KW - hydrogen in glass

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