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In situ laser interferometry and fluorescence quenching measurements of poly (methyl methacrylate) thin film dissolution.

Fei Wang

In situ laser interferometry and fluorescence quenching measurements of poly (methyl methacrylate) thin film dissolution.

by Fei Wang

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fluorescence intensity varies with pH when excited with nm laser light 6. The major advantage of a dual band emission dye is that the fluorescent intensity image of each band can be ratioed. This normalization process removes variations introduced by laser light absorption, laser power and changes in dye by: A diagnostic has been developed to measure velocity and translational temperature in the plume of a 1-kW-class arcjet thruster operating on hydrogen. Laser-induced fluorescence with a narrow-band cw laser is used to probe the Balmer α transition of excited atomic hydrogen. The velocity is determined from the Doppler shift of the fluorescence excitation spectrum, whereas the temperature is.

Laser Technology c/ Mestre J. Jambert,8, Cabrils - Barcelona | Tfno: +34 MICROSCALE LASER-INDUCED FLUORESCENCE METHOD FOR NON-INTRUSIVE TEMPERATURE MEASUREMENT Pramod Chamarthy, Steven T. Wereley and Suresh V. Garimella School of Mechanical Engineering and Birck Nanotechnology Center, Purdue University West Lafayette, IN USA E-mail: (pramodc, wereley, sureshg)@ ABSTRACT.

A Guide to Laser-Induced Fluorescence Diagnostics in Plasmas T.G.M. Freegarde and G. Hancock Physical and Theoretical Chemistry Laboratory, Oxford University, South Parks Road, Oxford OX1 3QZ, U K. Abstract. A brief guide is presented for the use of laser induced fluorescence (LIF) as a diagnosticCited by: 7.   Laser-induced fluorescence (LIF) employs laser light to excite fluorescent molecules contained in the majority of non-aqueous phase liquids (NAPLs) including petroleum fuels/oils, coal tars, and creosotes. Direct push logging of the NAPL’s inherent fluorescence with depth provides rapid and cost-effective delineation of NAPL.


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In situ laser interferometry and fluorescence quenching measurements of poly (methyl methacrylate) thin film dissolution by Fei Wang Download PDF EPUB FB2

The term quenching has many different meanings; this article discusses only the context of fluorescence quenching in lasers, particularly solid-state lasers. In rare-earth-doped or transition-metal-doped gain media (laser crystals or glasses), the lifetime of electronic levels of laser-active ions is sometimes strongly reduced.

Experimental studies have recently demonstrated that fluorescence emission can be quenched by laser light pulses from modern high repetition rate lasers, a phenomenon we call "light quenching." We now describe the theory of light quenching and some of its effects on the steady-state and time-resolved intensity and anisotropy decays of by: The campaign was carried out using both a commercial instrument and a new developed instrument for direct NO 2 measurements.

The built NO 2-LIF instrument described here is similar to that one of Matsumoto et al. ().The light source is a YAG Q-switched intra-cavity doubled laser (Photonics Industries International, Inc) that emits at nm, with a repetition rate of 5 kHz, maximum nominal Cited by: • In situ geochemical studies with X ray spectrometers on Mars, including the NASA Pathfinder and NASA Mars Rover missions, the European Space IAEA Mars Express Beagle 2 mission.

The major advantages of field-portable X ray fluorescence (FPXRF) spectrometry include. Introduction. Developed in the last several years, fluorescence quenching microscopy (FQM) 1–3 has enabled rapid, inexpensive, and high-fidelity visualization of two-dimensional (2D) materials such as graphene-based sheets (Prod.

Nos.and ) and MoS 2 (Prod. Nos. and ).Graphene and other emerging 2D materials have attracted considerable interest in recent. A laser-induced fluorescence diagnostic capable of local relative temperature measurements in particle-laden combustion flows is described.

Results of steady-state experiments conducted with a small laboratory burner are presented, and extensions of the technique for absolute and fluctuating temperature measurements are by: The intracellular fluorescence of 6-methoxy-N-(3-sulfopropyl)- quinolinium (SPQ), a Cl −-sensitive fluorescent dye, is quenched by intracellular organic anions and proteins of unknown concentration of these intracellular quenchers (ICQs), however, is dependent on cell volume.

In the absence of Cl −, changes in the observed SPQ fluorescence may therefore reflect changes in cell Cited by: Laser-induced fluorescence (LIF) or laser-stimulated fluorescence (LSF) is a spectroscopic method in which an atom or molecule is excited to a higher energy level by the absorption of laser light followed by spontaneous emission of light.

It was first reported by Zare and coworkers in LIF is used for studying structure of molecules, detection of selective species and flow visualization. Laser-Induced Fluorescence (LIF) Fluorescent dyes (molecules) can absorb light at one frequency and subsequently re-emit (fluoresce) light at a different frequency.

In experiments, the dyes are excited by laser light whose frequency closely matches the excitation frequency of the dye. For. Comparative Resin Kinetics Using in Situ Fluorescence Measurements Article in Journal of Combinatorial Chemistry 4(3) May with 29 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Solution phase fluorescence quenching measurement. r-G-O water dispersion was prepared by hydrazine reduction of G-O Fluorescence spectra of fluorescent dye solutions were acquired before and after adding minute aliquots of G-O or r-G-O dispersions.

The volume and concentration of G-O. Laser-induced fluorescence (LIF) is a method for real-time, in situ field screening of residual and non-aqueous phase organic contaminants in undisturbed vadose, capillary fringe, and saturated subsurface soils and groundwater.

Fluorescence measurements of tear film ion concentrations and pH in mice involved gas anesthesia, staining of the tear film IOVS, MayVol. 50, No. 5 Tear Film Ionic Composition The hydroxyl radical (OH) is measured by laser induced fluorescence at nm.

Tunable UV light is used to pump OH to the first electronic state (A 2~+(u”l) c x2n 3,2 (u”= 0)) near nm.

The laser light is produced by a high-repetition rate pulsed dye-laser powered with all solid-state pump lasers. rate measurements offer the potential both to reduce development costs and to enhance knowledge of the dependency of component wear on operating conditions.

Several previous studies have used laser-induced fluorescence (LIF) to measure real-time, in situ erosion rates of ion thruster accelerator grids. Those studies provided only relative.

Laser-induced fluorescence is a resonant technique. Thus, the laser wavelength is chosen to match the transition of a target species, usually from one electronic state to another but sometimes of one rotational-vibrational level to another.

This is illustrated in Fig. Also the N2 laser produces very short pulses of light. Pair your accounts. Export articles to Mendeley. Get article recommendations from ACS based on references in your Mendeley library.

The distribution of argon gas injected by a cm-diameter triple-shell nozzle was characterized using both planar, laser-induced fluorescence (PLIF) and high-sensitivity interferometry. PLIF is used to measure the density distribution at a given time by detecting fluorescence from an acetone tracer added to the gas.

Interferometry involves making time-dependent, line-integrated gas Cited by: 8. At high concentrations, certain fluorophores undergo self-quenching, i.e., fluorescence intensity decreases with increasing fluorophore concentration.

Accordingly, the self-quenching properties can be used for measuring water volume changes in lipid vesicles. In cells, quantitative determination of water transport using fluorescence self-quenching has been complicated by the requirement of Cited by:.

the initial stages of plume expansion. They used a YAG pumped dye laser (FWHM 5 ns) as the probe laser and a 2 ns gated ICCD for the detection. Villagran-Muniz et. al [5] and Mao et. al [6] used the above experimental set-up for doing interferometry and shadowgraphy in laser created Size: 1MB.

The basic principle of laser-induced fluorescence and fluorescence spectroscopy is presented to detect organic molecules with high sensitivity.

We present various variants of this method: fluorescence correlation spectroscopy, fluorescence polarization spectroscopy, time-resolved fluorescence : Axel Donges, Reinhard Noll.A Laser-Induced Fluorescence Technique for Measurement of Slot-Injected Fluid Concentration Profiles in a Plate Turbulent Boundary Layer [T.

A. Brungart] on Author: T. A. Brungart.