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Russian scientists created a source of infrared radiation that works in open space

The source of infrared radiation, capable of working in open space, has been created by scientists from the Fiber Optics Research Centre (FORC) of the Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS), the press service of the Academy informs. The Russian scientists have published the article describing their work in the Journal of Lightwave Technology.
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The source developed at the FORC consists of optical fibers containing bismuth ions. «Such a source can emit waves at previously unavailable parts of the infrared spectrum and opens up new practical opportunities for a wide range of various areas of science and technology. Its main application is associated with use under extreme conditions, namely long-term exposure to radioactive radiation and low temperatures close to those of open space,» it is noted in the message.

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