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Structural fire forensics: using optically active nanoparticles to determine a fire’s thermal impulse

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Abstract

One difficulty in structural fire forensics is accurately determining a fire’s thermal impulse. To address this difficulty we develop optically active nanoparticles whose spectral properties irreversibly change when heated.

© 2016 Optical Society of America

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