Optical fibers with transverse dimensions below one micrometer.

Optical nanofibers, also called photonic nanowires, are optical fibers with diameters in the Range of tens to a few hundreds of nanometers. This means that the diameter is typically well below the optical wavelength. Such nanowires can have rather peculiar mechanical and optical properties.

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