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High‐resolution photoacoustic thermal‐wave microscopy
1.The thermal “wave” is the solution to the periodic thermal diffusion equation, and has the characteristics of a highly damped wave. The “wavelength” used here is the reduced wavelength and equals the thermal diffusion length.
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