18 November 2014 During air cool process aerosol absorption detection with photothermal interferometry
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This paper studies the basic principle of laser photothermal interferometry method of aerosol particles absorption coefficient. The photothermal interferometry method with higher accuracy and lower uncertainty can directly measure the absorption coefficient of atmospheric aerosols and not be affected by scattered light. With Jones matrix expression, the math expression of a special polarization interferometer is described. This paper using folded Jamin interferometer, which overcomes the influence of vibration on measuring system. Interference come from light polarization beam with two orthogonal and then combine to one beam, finally aerosol absorption induced refractive index changes can be gotten with four beam of phase orthogonal light. These kinds of styles really improve the stability of system and resolution of the system. Four-channel detections interact with interference fringes, to reduce the light intensity ‘zero drift’ effect on the system. In the laboratory, this device typical aerosol absorption index, it shows that the result completely agrees with actual value. After heated by laser, cool process of air also show the process of aerosol absorption. This kind of instrument will be used to monitor ambient aerosol absorption and suspended particulate matter chemical component. Keywords: Aerosol absorption coefficient; Photothermal interferometry; Suspended particulate matter.
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Baosheng Li, Baosheng Li, Limei Xu, Limei Xu, Junling Huang, Junling Huang, Fei Ma, Fei Ma, Yicheng Wang, Yicheng Wang, Zhengqiang Li, Zhengqiang Li, } "During air cool process aerosol absorption detection with photothermal interferometry", Proc. SPIE 9299, International Symposium on Optoelectronic Technology and Application 2014: Optical Remote Sensing Technology and Applications, 92990D (18 November 2014); doi: 10.1117/12.2070639; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2070639
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