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Resonant Stark spectrophone as an enhanced trace level ammonia concentration detector: design and performance at CO2 laser frequencies

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Abstract

A design of a Stark photoacoustic cell capable of detecting ammonia in ambient air at trace levels is discussed.

© 1990 Optical Society of America

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