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Optical Gas Sensing in Energy Applications

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Optical gas sensing techniques are an effective and practical tool to the energy sector for the detection, assessment and localization of fugitive gas emissions and leaks—such as hydrocarbons and SF6—in chemical plants, refineries, power plants, and gas pipelines.

© 2009 Optical Society of America

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