Expand this Topic clickable element to expand a topic
Skip to content
Optica Publishing Group

Open-Path Cavity Ring-Down Spectroscopy Sensors for Atmospheric Measurements

Not Accessible

Your library or personal account may give you access


Open-path cavity ring-down spectroscopy provides a potential means for sensitive detection of trace gas species in compact, lightweight packages. This contribution presents studies of attainable sensitivity along with details of methane and ammonia sensors.

© 2016 Optical Society of America

PDF Article
More Like This
Comparison of Livestock Emissions Measurements Using Open-Path Dual-Comb Spectroscopy and Closed-Path Cavity Ring-Down Spectroscopy

Daniel I. Herman, Chinthaka Weerasekara, Lindsay C. Hutcherson, Fabrizio R. Giorgetta, Kevin C. Cossel, Eleanor M. Waxman, Gabriel M. Colacion, Nathan R. Newbury, Stephen M. Welch, Brett D. DePaola, Ian Coddington, Eduardo A. Santos, and Brian R. Washburn
AW4I.4 Applied Industrial Spectroscopy (AIS) 2020

Real-time Trace Gas Sensor Using a High-power, Multi-mode Diode Laser and Cavity Ring-down Spectroscopy

Andreas Karpf, Yuhao Qiao, and Gottipaty N. Rao
JTu5A.142 CLEO: Applications and Technology (CLEO:A&T) 2016

Applications of cw Cavity Ring-Down Spectroscopy to the Study of Trace Atmospheric Constituents

R. Grilli, D. Mellon, J. Kim, M.S.I. Aziz, D. Hamilton, and A.J. Orr-Ewing
LMB1 Laser Applications to Chemical, Security and Environmental Analysis (LACSEA) 2010

Select as filters

Select Topics Cancel
© Copyright 2024 | Optica Publishing Group. All rights reserved, including rights for text and data mining and training of artificial technologies or similar technologies.