Raman Scattering and Fluorescence Studies of Flames
Observations of resonance fluorescence and Raman scattering for hydrocarbon flames are discussed, and are related to the monitoring of composition and temperature. Results for cw and chopped argon ion laser beam excitation are presented, and proposed work with a pulsed laser source is described.
KeywordsFlame Emission Hydrocarbon Flame Pulse Laser Source Oxyacetylene Flame Bunsen Burner Flame
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