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Solitons are waves with just a single crest. They result when a wave’s natural tendency to spread as it propagates is cancelled out by an inherently nonlinear phenomenon known as self-focusing. This means that solitons can travel a long distance whilst maintaining their same shape.
- Nature Photonics 11, 273
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