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Novel Diffractive Gas Sensors

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The functions of lenses, beam-splitters and band pass filters are integrated into a single surface hologram. Three different types of low cost micro-system spectrometers for gas detection have been developed, tested and industrialized.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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