Laser interference refractometers for the technological monitoring of toxic and dangerously explosive gases
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A comparative analysis of known and modified laser interference refractometers, which can be used to solve the problem of the technological monitoring of toxic and/or dangerously explosive gases, is presented.
Key wordslaser interference refractometer and gas analyzer absolute refractive index toxic and dangerously explosive gases technological process.
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