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Mechanical and chemical stability, biocompatibility) with material microstructure, a key ingredient in the rational design of high performance materials. One strategy for realizing this goal involves the integration of vibrational spectroscopy into a near-field scanning optical microscope (NSOM). This combination of the sub-diffraction spatial resolution attainable in the near-field with the high chemical specificity of vibrational spectroscopy promises a powerful analytical technique that overcomes critical measurement limitations of both far-field vibrational microscopes (low spatial resolution) and scanned probe microscopes (lack of chemical specificity).
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