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Cavity ring down spectroscopy : detection of trace amounts of substance

Autorzy Stacewicz, T.  Wojtas, J.  Bielecki, Z.  Nowakowski, M.  Mikołajczyk, J.  Mędrzycki, R.  Rutecka, B. 
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EN We describe several applications of cavity ring-down spectroscopy (CRDS) for trace matter detection. NO₂ sensor was constructed in our team using this technique and blue-violet lasers (395–440 nm). Its sensitivity is better than single ppb. CRDS at 627 nm was used for detection of NO₃. Successful monitoring of N₂O in air requires high precision mid-infrared spectroscopy. These sensors might be used for atmospheric purity monitoring as well as for explosives detection. Here, the spectroscopy on sharp vibronic molecular resonances is performed. Therefore the single mode lasers which can be tuned to selected molecular lines are used. Similarly, the spectroscopy at 936 nm was used for sensitive water vapour detection. The opportunity of construction of H₂O sensor reaching the sensitivity about 10 ppb is also discussed.
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EN trace matter detection   absorption spectroscopy   laser spectroscopy  
Wydawca Stowarzyszenie Elektryków Polskich
Polska Akademia Nauk
Wojskowa Akademia Techniczna im. Jarosława Dąbrowskiego
Czasopismo Opto - Electronics Review
Rocznik 2012
Tom Vol. 20, No. 1
Strony 53--60
Opis fizyczny Bibliogr. 34 poz., wykr.
autor Stacewicz, T.
autor Wojtas, J.
autor Bielecki, Z.
autor Nowakowski, M.
autor Mikołajczyk, J.
autor Mędrzycki, R.
autor Rutecka, B.
  • Institute of Experimental Physics, University of Warsaw, 69 Hoża Str., 00-068 Warsaw, Poland,
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