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Silicon Photonic Gas Sensing

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We present a photonic chip sensor platform for near-infrared laser absorption spectroscopy, which incorporates an uncooled III-V laser and detector, on-chip methane reference cell, and 30cm-long evanescent field waveguides, integrated on a silicon photonics substrate.

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