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12 May 2011 Quantum cascade laser-based substance detection: approaching the quantum noise limit
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A consortium of researchers at University of New South Wales (UNSW@ADFA), and Loyola University New Orleans (LU NO), together with Australian government security agencies (e.g., Australian Federal Police), are working to develop highly sensitive laser-based forensic sensing strategies applicable to characteristic substances that pose chemical, biological and explosives (CBE) threats. We aim to optimise the potential of these strategies as high-throughput screening tools to detect prohibited and potentially hazardous substances such as those associated with explosives, narcotics and bio-agents.
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Peter C. Kuffner, Kathryn J. Conroy, Toby K. Boyson, Greg Milford, Mohamed A. Mabrok, Abhijit G. Kallapur, Ian R. Petersen, Maria E. Calzada, Thomas G. Spence, Kennith P. Kirkbride, and Charles C. Harb "Quantum cascade laser-based substance detection: approaching the quantum noise limit", Proc. SPIE 8032, Next-Generation Spectroscopic Technologies IV, 80320C (12 May 2011);

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