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GOFGuardians of Freedom (gaming clan)
GOFGoodness Of Fit
GOFGentlemen of Fortune (barbershop chorus, Vancouver)
GOFGang of Four (Erich Gamma, Richard Helm, Ralph Johnson, John Vlissides; authors of the book Design Patterns)
GOFGang of Four (short-time Communist China's leader after the death of Mao)
GOFGet Off Facebook
GOFHarry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (book by J. K. Rowling)
GOFGrumpy Old Farts
GOFGuest Observer Facility
GOFGovernor's Opportunity Fund
GOFgrease, oil and filter (automotive maintenance)
GOFGroups Of Forces (Non-Soviet Warsaw Pact)
GOFGroup of Friends
GOFGlass Optical Fiber
GOFGlobal Opportunities Fund (UK)
GOFGun Owners Foundation
GOFGroup of Frames
GOFGreat Outdoor Fight (Chris Onstad book)
GOFGermany or Florida (game)
GOFGrapple of Fixture (robotics)
GOFGrease, Oil & Filter (automobile mechanic's shorthand)
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In the current paper, we report the realization of a new approach to the problem: bent sharpened glass optical fibers with carefully controlled (and small) sizes of the bent part and the radius of the curvature of the bending were prepared and experimentally exploited as SNOM probes.
Single-mode glass optical fibers FS-SN-3224 from 3 M (Maplewood, MN, United States) with 125 [micro]m diameter were dipped into a ca.
(1.) Paek, UC, "Free Drawing and Polymer Coating of Silica Glass Optical Fibers." J.
The polymer coating is responsible for the reliability of glass optical fibers in service, providing strength protection, environmental resistance, and protection from optical transmission losses caused by external stresses.
Today, using high-purity glass optical fibers that transmit huge amounts of information with the speed of light has revolutionized the communications and surveillance industries.
The refractive index of typical glass optical fibers is roughly 1.46, whereas the refractive index of epoxy resins increases from about 1.48 to 1.58 during cure.