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  1. In a Comment on our recent Letter, the authors take issue with our method of refining 2D-IR transmission spectra to remove a background contribution that arises from nonpolaritonic molecules in the cavity. In our response to their Comment, we describe how our approach was motivated by the previous work of the authors, and we present a spatially dependent molecule–cavity Tavis–Cummings model that can account for the significant response from localized molecules with nonzero oscillator strengths. The telltale signature of the localized molecule response is the spectral diffusion dynamics of the bare W(CO)6 molecules in the polar butyl acetate solvent. Inhomogeneous broadening is absent from polaritonic states due to the extreme degree of exchange narrowing in coupling very large numbers of molecules to a cavity mode. 
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