Abstract

An EC-QCL based sensor employing photo-acoustic spectroscopy as a detection technique for monitoring of atmospheric ammonia will be reported. For the NH3 absorption line at 965.35 cm−1 a detection limit of 3.3 ppbv was obtained.

© 2010 Optical Society of America

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