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Real-time diagnostics in exhaust plumes, flames, and the atmosphere using an intra-pulse quantum cascade laser spectrometer

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Quantitative measurements of real-time variations of the chemical composition of a jet engine plume, laminar flame and ambient atmosphere are demonstrated using 5 and 8 µm intra-pulse quantum cascade laser spectrometers

© 2010 Optical Society of America

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