2 May 2007 Field test results and ambient aerosol measurements using dual wavelength fluorescence excitation and elastic scatter for bio-aerosols
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Abstract
A bioaerosol sensor based on dual wavelength fluorescence excitation and multiple wavelength elastic scattering has been developed and characterized for classifying micron-sized particles on the fly. The UVLIF instrument successfully completed a field trial in which we detected and correctly identified over 90% of the simulant releases over the 2 week testing period.
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V. Sivaprakasam, A. Huston, H. B. Lin, J. Eversole, P. Falkenstein, A. Schultz, "Field test results and ambient aerosol measurements using dual wavelength fluorescence excitation and elastic scatter for bio-aerosols", Proc. SPIE 6554, Chemical and Biological Sensing VIII, 65540R (2 May 2007); doi: 10.1117/12.719326; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.719326
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