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Photonic-Crystal-Fiber Quantum Probes for High-Resolution Thermal Imaging

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Sean Blakley
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Christapher Vincent
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Ilya Fedotov
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Xinghua Liu
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Kyle Sower
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Dawson Nodurft
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Jiru Liu
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Alexey Akimov
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Aleksei Zheltikov
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Abstract

All-optical thermometry presents a promising avenue of investigation for sensitive biological and electronic systems, with methods free of radio-frequency interference of particular importance. In this work, an all-optical scanning fiber thermometer is tested and shown to possess 5μm spatial and 20mK/√Hz temperature resolution. This probe is then used to generate noncontact scanning thermal images of active circuit elements with microscale thermal features.
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hal-02548381 , version 1 (20-04-2020)

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Sean Blakley, Christapher Vincent, Ilya Fedotov, Xinghua Liu, Kyle Sower, et al.. Photonic-Crystal-Fiber Quantum Probes for High-Resolution Thermal Imaging. Physical Review Applied, 2020, 13 (4), pp.044048. ⟨10.1103/PhysRevApplied.13.044048⟩. ⟨hal-02548381⟩
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