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Mid-infrared absorption microscopy with λ/100 spatial resolution using tunable quantum cascade lasers

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Highly-sensitive mid-infrared microscopy is reported. Subwavelength resolution is achieved by detecting absorption through local sample expansion. High sensitivity is obtained by moving laser pulses repetition rate in resonance with the atomic force microscope cantilever eigenfrequency.

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