Abstract

Hollow-core photonic crystal fiber uniquely allows low-loss propagation of light in liquid-filled microchannels, thus enabling highly efficient photochemistry, photo-switching, and photocatalysis at optical powers that are five orders of magnitude lower than in conventional systems.

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