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Optical sensors from electrohydrodynamic jetted polymer fiber resonators

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Electrohydrodynamic jetting is used to manufacture dye-doped polymer fiber resonators. We present comb-like laser emission from different polymer/dye combinations and report the use of these structures as sensitive detection of ethanol and methanol.

© 2016 Optical Society of America

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