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Proceedings of SPIE Volume 3855

Air Monitoring and Detection of Chemical and Biological Agents II
Editor(s): Joseph Leonelli; Mark L.G. Althouse
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Volume Details

Volume Number: 3855
Date Published: 30 November 1999
Softcover: 16 papers (166) pages
ISBN: 9780819434487

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Evaluation of sensors for use inside chemical protective suits
Author(s): Derrick A. Russell; E. J. Scott Duncan; Stephen Hunt; Eva F. Gudgin Dickson; Glenn E. Weagle
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Raman and fluorescence spectra of fluoro-organic compounds
Author(s): Vladimir S. Gorelik; Anatolii V. Chervyakov; Ludmila I. Zlobina; Olga N. Sharts
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New laser system for sensitive remote sensing of ammonia in human breath
Author(s): Mostafa Hamza; Mohammad Hamza Sayed El-Ahl; Ahmad Mohammad Hamza
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Novel laser breakdown spectrometer for environmental monitoring
Author(s): Sergey B. Mirov; Robert E. Pitt; Alex Yu. Dergachev; Wonwoo Lee; Dmitri V. Martyshkin; Olga D. Mirov; Jeremy J. Randolph; Lawrence J. DeLucas; Christie G. Brouillette; Tasoltan T. Basiev; Yurii V. Orlovskii; Olimkhon K. Alimov; Ivan N. Vorob'ev
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Miniature spectrometer based on linear variable interference filters
Author(s): Lin Zhang; Erik W. Anthon; John C. Harrison; Paul G. Hannan; Fred J. Van Milligen; Scott C. McEldowney; Sohrab Zarrabian
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New perspectives in ultrasensitive trace gas monitoring by cavity-enhanced laser absorption spectroscopy
Author(s): Alexander A. Kachanov; Daniele Romanini; Marc Chenevier; A. Garnache; Frederic Stoeckel
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Short-range biological standoff detection system (SR-BSDS)
Author(s): William Suliga; Ralph L. Burnham; Timothy Deely; William Gavert; Mark S. Pronko; Gustavo Verdun; Horacio R. Verdun; V. James Cannaliato; William J. Ginley; Larry Hyttinen; John B. Strawbridge
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Development of an unattended ground sensor for ultraviolet laser-induced fluorescence detection of biological agent aerosols
Author(s): Kevin L. Schroder; Philip J. Hargis; Randal L. Schmitt; Daniel J. Rader; Isaac R. Shokair
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Airborne particle characterization by spatial scattering and fluorescence
Author(s): John Barton; Edwin Hirst; Paul Kaye; Spencer Saunders; Don Clark
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Nonenzymatic microorganism identification based on ribosomal RNA
Author(s): Jeffrey T. Ives; Alicia M. Pierini; Jeffrey A. Stokes; Thomas M. Wahlund; Betsy Read; James H. Bechtel; Burt V. Bronk
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Rapid biological agent identification by surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy
Author(s): Stuart Farquharson; Wayne W. Smith; Susan Elliott; Jay F. Sperry
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Real-time detection and characterization of individual flowing airborne biological particles: fluorescence spectra and elastic scattering measurements
Author(s): Yongle Pan; Stephen Holler; Richard K. Chang; Steven C. Hill; Ronald G. Pinnick; Stanley Niles; Jerold R. Bottiger; Burt V. Bronk
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Estimating vapor concentration using range-resolved lidar with frequency-agile lasers
Author(s): Russell E. Warren; Richard G. Vanderbeek; Francis M. D'Amico
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Range-resolved frequency-agile CO2 lidar measurements of smokestack vapor effluents
Author(s): Francis M. D'Amico; Richard G. Vanderbeek; Russell E. Warren
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Chemical detection results from ground testing of an airborne CO2 differential absorption lidar system
Author(s): Daniel C. Senft; Marsha J. Fox; Carla M. Hamilton; Dale A. Richter; N. Scott Higdon; Brian T. Kelly; Robert D. Babnick; Diego F. Pierrottet
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New room temperature CW InGaAsSb/AlGaAsSb QW ridge diode lasers and their application to CO measurements near 2.3 um
Author(s): Mikhail A. Maiorov; Jian Wang; Douglas S. Baer; Hao Lee; Gregory L. Belenky; Ronald K. Hanson; John C. Connolly; Dmitri Z. Garbuzov
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