New method for measuring low NO concentrations using laser induced two photon ionization

Shan-Hu Lee; Hirokawa, Jun; Kajii, Yoshizumi
July 1997
Review of Scientific Instruments;Jul97, Vol. 68 Issue 7, p2891
Academic Journal
Presents a method for measuring low nitric oxide concentrations in the troposphere using laser induced two photon ionization. Photoionization of nitric oxide; Injection air gas samples through a pulsed nozzle into a vacuum chamber; Selectivities for nitric oxide measurements.


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