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23 May 1997 Development of multiparametric optical assay for on-line environmental control
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Multiparametric optical assay (MOA) can provide further progress in studies and control of natural disperse systems (DS) such as water and air. MOA includes the nondestructive analysis of DS by different optical methods such as refractometry, absorption, fluorescence, light scattering. Taking into account an optical theory and modern technologies of data interpretation can help to elaborate methods for on-line optical control of complex DS. It is in accordance with fiber optics development. Bank of optical data for DS (BODDS) is an informative base of MOA. The goal of BODDS is computer processing of DS analysis, systematization, statistical study of data and solving of inverse physical problems by different ways. At the analysis of unknown polycomponent DS, for example, water with dangerous impurities of oil, bacteria or viruses, etc., the comparison of measured parameters with known one can help us to identify the unknown system.
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Alexandra G. Bezrukova "Development of multiparametric optical assay for on-line environmental control", Proc. SPIE 3107, Remote Sensing of Vegetation and Water, and Standardization of Remote Sensing Methods, (23 May 1997); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.274729
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