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Impact of the Glass Thickness in Fluid-Filled Negative Curvature Fibers for Temperature Sensing

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We study fluid-filled negative curvature fibers with relatively larger air holes as temperature sensors. Negative curvature fibers with thicker glass tubes have a higher sensitivity.

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