Abstract

Intracavity laser absorption spectroscopy and Cavity ring-down spectroscopy were used for temperature and concentration measurements of O, HCO, CH2,, OH, CH, CN, NH, NH2, HNO and NO2 in hydrocarbon flames. Comparison of methods are presented.

© 2004 Optical Society of America

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