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Infrared Nanospectroscopy in Liquid

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We demonstrate infrared nanospectroscopy of a sample immersed in heavy water, using tip-enhanced photoexpansion microscopy or AFM-IR technique. Spectra on 20-nm-thick PMMA patterned are recorded with a spatial resolution of 50 nm.

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