Abstract

We demonstrate how spatially resolved distributions of NO and NO2 can be simultaneously detected by using a single laser pulse at 452 nm. The laser-induced fluorescence from NO was achieved by a two-photon transition in the γ band at 226 nm followed by UV detection, whereas NO2 was detected by a one-photon transition followed by Stokes fluorescence.

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