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Tapping-mode atomic force microscopy is used to image the conducting network of polyaniline inside organic blends. The greater stiffness of the conducting polymer phase with respect to the matrix leads to good resolution phase contrast imaging. Cross-section images provide a unique insight in the distribution of the conductive phase within the matrix. © 1999 American Institute of Physics.