Abstract

An inexpensive and portable ammonia monitoring system based on near-infrared GaAs-type diode lasers is described. The minimum detectable ammonia concentration is 2 parts in 106 at 100 Torr (with 1-s response time and 1-m absorption path length).

© 1993 Optical Society of America

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