Breaking Records in Gas Detection
A new spectroscopy approach to trace gaseous impurity detection promises unparalleled sensitivity
Matthew Hallam | | Quick Read
Some gaseous impurities can be harmful or indicative of faulty production processes, meaning detection at even trace levels is crucial. A novel interferometric method for background-free broadband absorption spectra measurement and cantilever-enhanced photoacoustic spectroscopy is breaking records in this realm.
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