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Technical Journals - Ozone-Contactor Flow Visualization and Quantification Using Three-Dimensional Laser-Induced Fluorescence (PDF) -- JAW_0071382Supplier: American Water Works Association (AWWA)
Description: lead to excessive formation of disinfection byproducts such as bromate. This research is the first to use a new technique, three-dimensional laser-induced fluorescence (3D LIF), to visually and quantitatively examine the unsteady, three-dimensional flow and mixing inside an ozone contactorShow More
Standards and Technical Documents - Laser Induced Fluorescence for Photogrammetric Measurement of Transparent or Reflective Aerospace Structures - 49th IIS 2003
Description: To support the requirement for non-contacting measurement of polymer membrane structures a new technique based on the principles of photogrammetry has been developed and is described here.Show More
Supplier: Dayoptics, Inc.
Description: for focusing the light beam can be, and only in one dimension. (2) UV-grade fused silica offers far ultraviolet high transmittance, there is no phenomenon of laser-induced fluorescence (193 nm measurement), making it an ideal choice for the ultraviolet to near-infrared applications. In addition
- Lens Type: Other
- Lens Application: Infrared, Visible, Ultraviolet
- Focal Length: 1.97 to 39.37 inch
- Diameter / Length: 1 inch
Supplier: HORIBA Scientific
Description: , the fiber microscope offers full micro-analytical functions in a simple and cost effective way. Compatible with the latest generation of automated software and mapping accessories, routine Raman ´chemical´ maps , PL plots, and laser induced fluorescence images can be produced
- Application: Biological / Life Science, Medical / Forensic, Semiconductor Inspection
- Grade: Research
- Microscope Type: Other
- Computer Interface: Yes
Description: The high optical quality glass, low fluorescent background, and overall flatness of our glass bottom plates provide outstanding performance when used with an inverted microscope or confocal imaging analysis system, including Laser Induced Fluorescence (LIF), Fluorescence Correlation Spectroscopy
- Number of Wells: 96
Supplier: Linseis Inc.
Description: are measurable. ELIF: Excimer Laser induced Fragmentation Fluorescence: UV-Laser-based Method of Measuring of gaseous alkaline compounds (for example NaCI, NaOH, KCI, KOH). Also at 193 nm an entry through UV_Saphire is possible. Advantages of the optical In-Situ window: No Cooling / Modification
- Spectrometer Type: Fourier Transform (FTIR)
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Springer Handbook of Experimental Fluid Mechanics
Barker, A. Thomas, H. Rubinsztein-Dunlop, P. Ljungberg: Velocity measurements by flow tag- ging employing laser-enhanced ionisation and laser induced fluorescence , Spectrochim.
The methods described herein outline the use of four CE techniques with indirect UV detection and one CE method with laser induced fluorescence (LIF) detection to determine LMW carboxylic acids in ambient air and/or vehicle emitted samples.
Laser Spectroscopy 2
(b) Probe- laser induced fluorescence intensity as a function of the delay time between probe pulse and pump pulse, showing the oscillation of the wave packet.
Laser-induced fluorescence: Progress and prospective for in vivo cancer diagnosis
One method to distinguish lamp and laser induced fluores- cence sources is that the most commonly used lamps are deuterium, tungsten or xenon. however, an argon ion (Ar+ .
Capillary Electrophoresis of Carbohydrates
electrophoresis laser induced fluorescence detection for the determination of a few b-galacto- .
Laser Diagnostics and Optical Measurement Techniques in Internal Combustion Engines
Initial Two-Dimensional Laser Induced Fluorescence Measurements of OH Radicals in an Internal Combustion Engine.” .
Engine Combustion Instrumentation and Diagnostics
5.4 Principle of Laser Induced Fluorescence (LIF .
Studies of the laser-induced fluorescence of explosives
and explosive compositions.
Experimental setup for the laser induced fluorescence (LIF) experiments...................14 Figure 2.
Bioaerosol Detection Technologies
2005) Laser induced fluores- cence system for detection of biological agents: European project FABIOLA.
Capillary Electrophoresis of Biomolecules
Szökő E, Tábi T (2010) Analysis of biological samples by capillary electrophoresis with laser induced fluorescence detection.
Micro and Macro Mixing
Measurements of Macro- and Micro-scale Mixing by Two-Colour Laser Induced Fluorescence . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Capillary Electrophoresis of Proteins and Peptides
However, the use of near-infrared (NIR) laser induced fluorescence nearly eliminates matrix autofluorescence, as very few molecules have intrinsic fluorescence in this region.
Biomedical applications of capillary electrophoresis with laser‐induced fluorescence detection
In vivo monitoring of brain glutamate by microdialysis coupled to capillary electrophoresis and laser induced fluorescence detection.