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High Pulse Energy Supercontinuum Laser for Photoacoustic Detection and Identification of Lipids in the 1650–1850 nm Wavelength Region

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Lipids are highly coveted for the interrogation of fatal chronic diseases. We propose cost-efficient high pulse energy supercontinuum source, using telecom range diode laser and standard optical fiber for photoacoustic detection and identification of lipids.

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