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Quantum Cascade Lasers for the Detection of Hazardous Materials

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The use of quantum cascade lasers for detection of hazardous materials, esp. explosives is discussed. Different schemes for sensitive measurement of trace amounts are described for different classes of materials with substantial different vapor pressure.

© 2010 Optical Society of America

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