25 October 2006 Remote detection of gases and liquids by imaging Fourier transform spectrometry using a focal plane array detector: first results
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Infrared spectrometry allows detection and identification of gases in the atmosphere as well as analysis of solids and liquids from long distances. An application of the method which has received increased attention over the last years is the detection of hazardous compounds. These may be present in the gas phase in the atmosphere but also as liquid droplets on surfaces. In this study, imaging Fourier transform spectrometry (IFTS) was applied to detect both liquids and gases. Measurements were performed with an imaging Fourier transform spectrometer developed at TUHH. The imaging spectrometer and first results of measurements are presented.
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Roland Harig, Roland Harig, Jörn Gerhard, Jörn Gerhard, René Braun, René Braun, Chris Dyer, Chris Dyer, Ben Truscott, Ben Truscott, Richard Moseley, Richard Moseley, } "Remote detection of gases and liquids by imaging Fourier transform spectrometry using a focal plane array detector: first results", Proc. SPIE 6378, Chemical and Biological Sensors for Industrial and Environmental Monitoring II, 637816 (25 October 2006); doi: 10.1117/12.692922; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.692922
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