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Nanofibers grown in a sophisticated surface self assembly process from organic molecules are important key elements for future nanoscaled optoelectronic devices. They might serve both as passive elements such as waveguides and as active elements such as nanoscaled light sources or nanolasers. For both applications, structuring of the nanofibers by defined cutting is very important. However, as with all surface grown nanoaggregates, this is a difficult task when applying conventional mechanicaldoi:10.2961/jlmn.2006.03.0024 fatcat:taeisqb56faynlidjowrel5eje