Alexander A. Kachanov, Eric R. Crosson and Barbara A. Paldus
Recent advances in broadly tunable telecommunications lasers will enable new approaches to laser absorption spectroscopy and greatly expand the ability of existing laser-based systems to perform trace gas detection. Researchers have already begun adopting these lasers in tunable diode laser absorption spectroscopy, photo-acoustic absorption spectroscopy and cavity ring-down spectroscopy.
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