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Spatially resolved temperature measurements in a flame using laser-excited two-line atomic fluorescence and diode-array detection

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Abstract

Spatially resolved temperature measurements in a CH4–air flame have been achieved using two-line laser-induced fluorescence from indium atoms seeded to the flame.

© 1983 Optical Society of America

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