Vapor phase method for making metal halide glasses

Glass manufacturing – Processes – Forming product or preform from molten glass


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65 182, 65DIG16, 423489, 423490, 423499, C03B 37018, C03B 1906




A vapor phase method for making a metal halide material useful for the manufacture of an infrared transmitting optical waveguide fiber or other optical device, and the use of the method for making such a device, wherein a halogenated beta-diketonate of a metal to be incorporated in the device is converted to the corresponding metal halide by controlled decomposition of the halogenated diketonate, are described.

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