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Ultra High Sensitivity Detection of NO Photo-fragments by Radar REMPI

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A new standoff diagnostic technique, Radar REMPI, is used to measure trace concentrations of NO for the detection of explosive material vapors by photo-fragmentation. Avalanche enhancement can increase the signal by orders of magnitude.

© 2008 Optical Society of America

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