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Integration of Semiconductors, Molecules, and Metals into Microstructured Optical Fibers

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Integration of semiconductors, molecules and metals into microstructured optical fibers allows for exploitation of the broad range of electronic and optical properties that these materials can exhibit, making possible in-fiber optoelectronic devices, new types of fiber lasers, and fiber based chemical sensors.

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