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Understanding How Femtosecond Laser Waveguide Fabrication in Glasses Works
BY
Wilbur Jordan Reichman II
B.S. (University of Missouri - Rolla, Rolla, MO) 2001
M.S. (University of California - Davis, Davis, CA) 2004
DISSERTATION
Submitted in partial satisfaction for the requirements for the degree of
DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY
in
Applied Science
in the

OFFICE OF GRADUATE STUDIES
of the
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
DAVIS
Approved:
Denise M. Krol, Ph. D.
Atul N. Parikh, Ph. D.

Stbhash H. Risbud, Ph. D.

Committee in Charge
2006

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