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Tunable KrCl excimer-laser operation for combustion diagnostics

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Operating conditions for a tunable XeCl excimer laser have been optimized for tunable narrow-band operation at 222 nm with KrCl, formed in Kr/He/Ne/HCl gas mixtures. This wavelength is interesting for detection of nitric oxide (NO) in combustion environments. The laser emission coincides with the (1, 1) and (2, 2) bands of the NO AX system. Laser-induced-fluorescence spectra taken in a flame show specific excitation of NO with this laser.

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