Corpus ID: 14506812

THE WAR ON DRUGS: A PUBLIC BAD

@inproceedings{Benson2008THEWO,
  title={THE WAR ON DRUGS: A PUBLIC BAD},
  author={B. Benson},
  year={2008}
}
An optical fiber connector in which an optical fiber and an optical conversion element are detachably coupled together, and optical fibers are mutually coupled together. The connector comprises a holding member composed of a front tube portion for holding the optical fiber and a rear tube portion for holding an optical fiber cable, the rear tube portion being formed with a slit in an axial direction thereof, the rear tube also having a fixed tube fitted thereover to press the rear tube portion… Expand

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