H and O atom detection for combustion applications: study of quenching and laser photolysis effects

Meier U, Kohse-Höinghaus K, Just T (1986)
Chemical Physics Letters 126(6): 567-573.

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A method is in development which should allow the determination of absolute number densities of H and 0 atoms in flames from two-photon laser-excited fluorescence measurements. The calibration will be based on reference experiments in a discharge-flow reactor. In this study, the influence of fluorescence quenching and the generation of additional H and 0 atoms by laser photolysis of the flame gases is investigated. Consequences for typical hydrogen-oxygen flame conditions are discussed.
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Meier U, Kohse-Höinghaus K, Just T. H and O atom detection for combustion applications: study of quenching and laser photolysis effects. Chemical Physics Letters. 1986;126(6):567-573.
Meier, U., Kohse-Höinghaus, K., & Just, T. (1986). H and O atom detection for combustion applications: study of quenching and laser photolysis effects. Chemical Physics Letters, 126(6), 567-573.
Meier, U., Kohse-Höinghaus, K., and Just, T. (1986). H and O atom detection for combustion applications: study of quenching and laser photolysis effects. Chemical Physics Letters 126, 567-573.
Meier, U., Kohse-Höinghaus, K., & Just, T., 1986. H and O atom detection for combustion applications: study of quenching and laser photolysis effects. Chemical Physics Letters, 126(6), p 567-573.
U. Meier, K. Kohse-Höinghaus, and T. Just, “H and O atom detection for combustion applications: study of quenching and laser photolysis effects”, Chemical Physics Letters, vol. 126, 1986, pp. 567-573.
Meier, U., Kohse-Höinghaus, K., Just, T.: H and O atom detection for combustion applications: study of quenching and laser photolysis effects. Chemical Physics Letters. 126, 567-573 (1986).
Meier, Ulrich, Kohse-Höinghaus, Katharina, and Just, Th. “H and O atom detection for combustion applications: study of quenching and laser photolysis effects”. Chemical Physics Letters 126.6 (1986): 567-573.
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