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Introduction :  - Welcome
 - What is a Free-Electron Laser?
 - What for ?
Research topics :
 - A few recent topics
 - Publications
Set-up & performances:  - Accelerator
 - Laser
Experimental rooms:  - Diagnostics room
 - AFMIR-PTIR Microscopy
 - FTIR
 - Sum-frequency generation
 - FT-ICR spectrometry
 - Development
CLIO beamtime:  - Ask for CLIO beamtime
 - Refunding
Table top lasers:  - Forms
Links :
 -  Free-electrons lasers around the world
Infos & contacts :
 - Where ?
 - Who ?


AFMIR-PTIR Microscopy (experimental room E8)


  • Special equipment : Atomic-Force Microscope (AFM), CO2 laser and tunable OPO; binocular microscope, drying oven,... 
  • For more information, to see: " Space room infrared microspectroscopy with subwavelength resolution with year atomic force microscope tip used ace has photothermal sensor" ; A.Dazzi, R.Prazeres, F.Glotin, J.M.Ortega; Opt. Lett., vol. 30, Issue 18, pp. 2388-2390 (2005). 
  • AFMIR-PTIR process is patented under the number: US 11/803421.
For more details, see: Spectromicroscopie infrarouge AFMIR (english version).
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