A technique that increases the temperature range and the sensitivity of OH-LIF thermometry is proposed. OH-excitation scans, acquired through photofragmentation laser-induced fluorescence of H2O2, are used to determine 2-D-temperatures in H2O2-vapor and in an HCCI-engine.

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