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Techniques & Tools Spectroscopy

Breaking Records in Gas Detection

Work using nonlinear optics (nonlinear optical frequency conversion) in Teemu's lab, showing similar principles used in his thesis. Courtesy of Teemu Tomburg.

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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