Integrated ARROW waveguides for gas/liquid sensing

@inproceedings{Schmidt2004IntegratedAW,
  title={Integrated ARROW waveguides for gas/liquid sensing},
  author={Holger Schmidt and Dongliang Yin and David Deamer and John P. Barber and Aaron R. Hawkins},
  booktitle={SPIE Optics + Photonics},
  year={2004}
}
We present integrated antiresonant reflecting optical (ARROW) structures with hollow cores as a new paradigm for optical sensing of gases and liquids. ARROW waveguides with micron-sized hollow cores allow for single-mode propagation in low-index non-solid core materials where conventional index guiding is impossible. We review design, fabrication and optical characterization of these devices for possible applications in chemical sensing, single molecule fluorescence and Raman spectroscopy, flow… 

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