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Chemical Species Imaging in Flames Using Frequency-Tripled Tunable Amplified Femtosecond Laser Pulses

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Abstract

A direct frequency-conversion third-harmonic-generation system pumped by a tunable amplified femtosecond laser is developed for OH and CO planar imaging. Increased output energies and the robust operation enables high-fidelity single-shot OH images in turbulent flames.

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