Abstract

Mid-infrared dual-comb spectroscopy by means of quantum cascade laser frequency combs is demonstrated. Broadband high resolution molecular spectroscopy is performed, showing the potential of quantum cascade laser combs as a compact, all solid-state, chemical sensor.

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