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Abstract

The properties of r-GRIN materials which are advantageously tailored by the sol-gel technique over the ion-exchange technique are the diameter of the rod, the difference of refractive index between center and periphery, An, and the chromatic property.

Keywords

Refractive Index Fracture Prob Index Dispersion Chromatic Aberration Glass Producer 
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  • M. Yamane

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