High-quality bare nanofibers are a novelty, but the idea of making them actually goes back 40 years to the work of a pioneering group in Britain. Today researchers believe that unclad submicrometer fibers hold promise for applications in a range of areas, including microphotonics and environmental sensing.
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Publish Date: 01 April 2004
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