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Optical Fiber Surface Plasmon Resonance Sensor for an Aqueous Environment

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Within last years optical waveguide sensors based on resonant excitation of surface plasmon waves have received a great deal of interest and various sensing configurations employing optical fibers [1,2] and integrated optical waveguide [3, 4] have been realized.

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