Abstract

We use reflection-mode ptychography CDI with HHG illumination to image copper nanostructures buried beneath 100nm of aluminum. Our technique yields absolute reflectivity images, allowing non-destructive detection of diffusion at the Al-Cu boundary, confirmed by Auger-Electron-Spectroscopy.

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