Abstract

The potential of the photoacoustic technique to detect minority species concentrations in combustion environments has been investigated. In particular, we have detected very low concentrations of NO2 molecules produced in the combustion of methane, oxygen, and nitrogen in a flat-flame burner.

© 1982 Optical Society of America

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