Fibre lasers are lasers made from thin strands of a light-guiding glass. Atomic or molecular impurities introduced into the fibre when it is formed provide the optically active component, and the optical feedback required for stimulated emission can be created by patterning part of the fibre so it acts as a mirror.
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