Abstract

The thickness of liquid water films was imaged by a combination of Raman scattering and tracer-based (ethyl-acetoacetate) laser-induced fluorescence in combination with local film thickness and temperature measurements by near-infrared diode laser absorption.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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