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High Repetition Rate Hyperspectral Systems for H2O Vapor Absorption Spectroscopy

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Arbitrary photon generation remains impractical, but in the meantime, use of sources such as those discussed in this paper, either independently or in combination, allows high-performance sensing in gas at almost arbitrary conditions (e.g., P = 0.001–200 bar, T = 280–2800 K)

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