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  • Laser Applications to Chemical and Environmental Analysis
  • Technical Digest (Optica Publishing Group, 2004),
  • paper TuF9

New Room-Temperature 2.3μm DFB-Diode Lasers: First Spectroscopic Characterization and CO-Detection

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Abstract

A new 2.3 μm-DFB-diode laser with lateral metal gratings is characterized with regard to static/dynamic tuning properties and used to realize the in-situ CO-detection in a 500 kW incinerator with a resolution of 10−3OD or 400 ppm CO.

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