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Chalcogenide glass materials exhibit a variety of optical properties that make them desirable for near-and mid-infrared communications and sensing applications. However, processing limitations for these photorefractive materials have made the direct integration of waveguides with sources or detectors challenging. Here we demonstrate the viability of two complementary soft lithography methods for patterning and integrating chalcogenide glass waveguides from solution. One method, micro-molding indoi:10.1364/oe.18.026744 pmid:21165024 fatcat:yrswhfyztzfczk4ixsgvpa4ohe