Nicoletti, Elisa; Bulla, Douglas; Luther-Davies, Barry; Gu, Min
Nanowires have been widely studied and have gained a lot of interest in the past decade. Because of their high refractive index and high nonlinearity, chalcogenide glasses (ChGs) are a good candidate for the fabrication of photonic nanowires as such nanowaveguides provide the maximal confinement of light, enabling large enhancement of nonlinear interactions and group-velocity dispersion engineering. Here we report on the generation of λ/12 (∼68 nm) nanowires based on the theoretical and...[Show more]
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