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Scattering near-field mid-infrared microscopy using self-mixing in quantum cascade lasers

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Abstract

We demonstrated scattering near-field mid-infrared imaging via the self-mixing in a quantum cascade laser used as both a light source and a detector. The experimental setup and preliminary results on gold/sapphire samples are presented.

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