By D. P. Baldwin, R. W. Jones, J. F. McClelland (auth.), Dane Bićanić (eds.)
Photoacoustic and Photothermal Phenomena III includes contributions explaining new issues, suitable theories, novel equipment, and the developmentof instrumentation during this energetic study zone - details that's in a different way now not on hand in one quantity. specific emphasis is put on the diversity of purposes of photoacoustic and photothermal strategies in disciplines starting from environmental, agricultural, clinical, and organic sciences to spectroscopy, nondestructive overview, fabrics characterization, warmth and mass move, kinetics (including ultrafast phenomena), and solid-state and floor physics. This quantity presents a superb evaluate of the spectrum of actions within the photoacoustic and photothermal box around the globe, and hence is appropriate either for the professional and for the newcomer to this multidisciplinary learn area.
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3. The normalized photoacoustic signal (arbitrary units) recorded (at 1 atmosphere and 446 K) with the PAHP loaded with palmitic acid C1 JI3~02 plotted versus the wavenumber of the CO laser. sensitivity obtained with PAHP was 4 mmol/1 which is about 400 times inferior to that achievable by the conventional technique. The attempts to integrate the oven and detector in one and the same compact size practical PAHP instrument are currently in progress. The PAHP offers an attractive opportunity for observing the temperature dependence of the absorption cross section for a given gas (as demonstrated with a C02 gas  at 10 microns wavelength in 300-900 K range).
Water has many strong absorption lines in the CO-laser wavelength region. The laser is prevented to pass through humid ambient air. MONOCHROMATOR GAS M IXT~ SYSTEM nnn t I t I RECORDER He N2CD02 Fig 1. Diagram of the experimental set-up. 34 Springer Series in Optical Sciences, Vol. 69 Editor: D. 5 0~~----~----,---~-r--~~r---~~~--~~~ 1540 1560 1520 1500 1460 1480 1440 w-r~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~r+~3r3~·~32 ru w o~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~_.. 1420 1400 1380 1360 1340 1320 WAVENUMBERS (em-') Fig 2. measured ouput of the 77 K CO-laser.
3. Field measurement and interpretation Figure 2 shows the results of an on-line PA measurement of the diurnal variation of the methane concentration in a cowshed with 18 cows and 10 calfs (air sampling frequency 5 minutes). The concentration varied between 36 and 192 ppm. In addition, 14 shed air samples were measured off-line in the labo- On-line PAS monitoring of CH4 in comparison to off-line GC data ~p. _£:150 l'l 0 ~s.. i:ilOO Ql tJ ~ 0 tJ 50 Fig. coustic (PAS) on-line measurement of methane concentration in a.
Photoacoustic and Photothermal Phenomena III: Proceedings of the 7th International Topical Meeting, Doorwerth, The Netherlands, August 26–30, 1991 by D. P. Baldwin, R. W. Jones, J. F. McClelland (auth.), Dane Bićanić (eds.)