Abstract

We image a nanostructured sample through a visibly-opaque 100nm layer of aluminum using lensless Fresnel Ptychography and a tabletop high harmonic source. The reconstructed amplitude-contrast image uncovered the presence of interfacial diffusion non-destructively.

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