What are multistranded fibers, Physics

What are multistranded fibers?

Multistranded optics is narrow walled tubes of transparent material that housing a number of smaller solid core fibers. These inner fibers are, usually 0,75mm in diameter and numbered from ten or less to some hundred, depending upon the last use and diameter of the optic.

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