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On the energy transfer in an optical coupler

@article{Popescu2007OnTE,
  title={On the energy transfer in an optical coupler},
  author={I Iovitz Popescu and Rudolf Nistor and Emil Petrescu},
  journal={Journal of Optoelectronics and Advanced Materials},
  year={2007},
  volume={9},
  pages={2413-2418}
}
The analogy between quantum mechanics and optics, as described in the foregoing paper [1], is used for the analysis of the total reflexion phenomenon. As an application, the photon propagation parameters in optical fibers is investigated. Also the energy transfer in an optical coupler is analysed. 
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