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Surface nanoscale axial optomechanics

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Abstract

It is shown that slow acoustic modes similar to optical modes can be fully controlled by nanoscale variation of the optical fiber radius. Acoustic antibottle microresonators are discovered. Optical frequency combs generated mechanically are investigated.

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