We demonstrate a high-energy gain-switched TDFL for volumetric PA microscopy of lipids at 1700, 1725, and 1750 nm. Pulse energies are 58.2, 66.8, and 75.3 μJ, respectively, with a 16.7 ns duration at 10 kHz. © 2020 The Author(s)

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