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Analytical Aspects of Thermal Lensing Spectroscopy

  • Robert L. Swofford
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Part of the Contemporary Instrumentation and Analysis book series (CIA)

Abstract

The laser is one of a series of devices that has found its way out of the physics lab and into the hands of the chemist. Unlike infrared, NMR, and mass spectrometers, which quickly evolved into systems specifically designed for the analytical laboratory, only a few “packaged” laser-based systems have been successful. (Laser Raman spectroscopy and low-angle laser light scattering for particle size determination come to mind as two examples of successfully packaged systems.)

Keywords

Thermal Lens Probe Laser Sample Absorptivity Convex Lens Laser Raman Spectroscopy 
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© The HUMANA Press Inc. 1981

Authors and Affiliations

  • Robert L. Swofford
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  1. 1.The Standard Oil Company (Ohio) Research LaboratoriesWarrensville HeightsUSA

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