Abstract

A novel compact quantum cascade laser (QCL) based open-path gas sensor has been developed for simultaneous detection of atmospheric N2O and CO. The sensor achieves a sensitivity of 0.26 ppbv of N2O and 0.24 ppbv of CO with 1 Hz sample rate.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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