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26 April 2007 Compact chamber for the spectroscopic analysis of fluorescent aerosols
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A compact chamber was developed for the dissemination of biological aerosols. The chamber, measuring 110 cm in length, was designed according to short-range LIDAR principles, and will be used to simulate open-air releases of aerosols. Measurements, carried out by light-induced fluorescence (LIF) techniques, will be correlated with spectroscopic data obtained with a long-range lidar system owned by Defence Research and Development Canada (DRDC). The chamber allows complete control over environmental factors, such as humidity, pressure and temperature, thus facilitating the creation of a trustworthy signature database for the standoff detection of bio-aerosols. Studies will also include the influence of growth stage, stress and growth media on the fluorescence spectra of various biological aerosols.
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Bernard Déry, Jean-Robert Simard, Réal Vallée, Gilles Roy, Hugo Lavoie, and Sylvie Buteau "Compact chamber for the spectroscopic analysis of fluorescent aerosols", Proc. SPIE 6554, Chemical and Biological Sensing VIII, 65540O (26 April 2007); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.719599
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