Abstract

We demonstrate imaging of optically opaque nanostructures buried beneath a thick layer of aluminum using a tabletop extreme ultraviolet source. Our non-destructive technique uncovers interfacial diffusion and oxidation between layers, validated using destructive techniques.

© 2016 Optical Society of America

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