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High-speed hyperspectral four-wave-mixing microscopy with frequency combs

Abstract

A four-wave-mixing, frequency-comb-based, hyperspectral imaging technique that is spectrally precise and potentially rapid, and can in principle be applied to any material, is demonstrated in a near-diffraction-limited microscopy application.

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Supplementary Material (6)

NameDescription
Visualization 1       Hyperspectral image of a GaAs quantum well at low temperature taken using a comb-based hyperspectral imaging technique.
Visualization 2       Hyperspectral image of a GaAs quantum well at low temperature taken using a comb-based hyperspectral imaging technique.
Visualization 3       Hyperspectral image of a GaAs quantum well at low temperature taken using a comb-based hyperspectral imaging technique.
Visualization 4       Hyperspectral image of a GaAs quantum well at low temperature taken using a comb-based hyperspectral imaging technique.
Visualization 5       Hyperspectral image of a GaAs quantum well at low temperature taken using a comb-based hyperspectral imaging technique.
Visualization 6       Hyperspectral image of a GaAs quantum well at low temperature taken using a comb-based hyperspectral imaging technique.

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