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Slow cooking of SNAP microresonators

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We demonstrate a SNAP microresonator permanently introduced at the silica microcapillary by multi-hour heating with hot water from the inside. The discovered effect is presumably caused by water-induced irreversible processes within the micron-scale silica thickness.

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