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Plasmonic metal-cored fibres

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Abstract

We study plasmonic metal-cored glass fibres where, upon pulsed laser excitation, the coupling between plasmonic and dielectric modes induces strong light collimation and suppression of nonlinear absorption, providing a novel platform for tunable fiberized sources and sensors.

© 2016 Optical Society of America

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