How does the light guide work? For what purposes are light guides used?

The light guide is made of transparent fibers up to 0.05 mm in diameter. The top of the fiber is covered with a fiery film made of an optically less dense material. The ends of the fiber are made flat and carefully polished. Light guides are used in medicine, in information transmission systems.

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