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Current Status of Mid-infrared Semiconductor-Laser-based Sensor Technologies for Trace-Gas Sensing Applications
Rafal Lewicki; Mohammad Jahjah; Yufei Ma; Przemyslaw Stefanski; Jan Tarka; Manijeh Razeghi; Frank K. Tittel
DOI: 10.1117/3.1002245.ch23
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23.1 Introduction23.2 Tunable Diode Laser Absorption Spectroscopy (TDLAS) for Ethane Detection23.2.1 Laser characterization23.2.2 Optical sensor architecture23.2.3 Experiments and results23.3 Environmental Detection of Ammonia using an EC-QCL-based C-PAS Sensor Platform23.3.1 Sensor configuration and results23.4 Quartz-Enhanced Photoacoustic Spectroscopy (QEPAS)23.4.1 Methane and nitrous oxide detection23.4.1.1 7.83-mm DFB-QCL for methane and nitrous oxide detection23.4.1.2 Experiments and results23.4.2 Environmental detection of nitric oxide23.4.2 Environmental detection of nitric oxide23.4.3 QEPAS-based ppb-level detection of carbon monoxide and nitrous oxide23.4.3.1 CW DFB-QCL-based QEPAS sensor system for CO and N2O23.4.3.2 Experimental results and discussion23.4.4 Sulfur dioxide experiments23.4.4.1 SO2 QEPAS sensor architecture and performance23.5 ConclusionsAcknowledgmentsReferences

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