Temperature and strain characterization of regenerated gratings.

@article{Wang2013TemperatureAS,
  title={Temperature and strain characterization of regenerated gratings.},
  author={Tao Wang and Li-Yang Shao and John Canning and Kevin T. Cook},
  journal={Optics letters},
  year={2013},
  volume={38 3},
  pages={
          247-9
        }
}
Both temperature and strain characterization of seed and regenerated gratings with and without post annealing is reported. The high temperature regeneration has significant impact on thermal characterization and mechanical strength of gratings while the post annealing has little effect. The observed difference is evidence of viscoelastic changes in glass structure. 

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