Applying Infrared Spectroscopy at the Nanoscale
How to meet today’s demands for nanoscale chemical analysis in materials and life sciences.
Curtis Marcott, Craig Prater |
Infrared spectroscopy and microscopy rapidly analyze materials to create fingerprints that identify chemical species and create spatially resolved maps of chemical composition. Both techniques are used routinely in academic and industrial research settings but infrared microspectroscopy suffers from the limitation that, in practice, the spatial resolution is limited by optical diffraction to around 10-30 μm.
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