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Standoff Detection of Explosives and High Sensitive Detection of Chemicals in Drinking Water with Quantum Cascade Lasers

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Based on broadly tunable external cavity quantum lasers (EC-QCL) an imaging system has been developed for stand-off detection of traces of explosives. A similar EC-QCL serves for detection of hazardous chemicals in drinking water.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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