Abstract

Laser-indexed fluorescence (LIF) is one of the most important techniques for combustion diagnostics, mainly because of its potential for multiple-point visualization.1 In the visualization of flame species, almost all LIF experiments have been directed towards one-photon excitation. Examples of exceptions have been visualizations of hydrogen molecules2 and water molecules3 by using two-photon excitations with excimer lasers.

© 1995 Optical Society of America

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