12 May 2016 Application of parabolic reflector on Raman analysis of gas samples
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Studies on the application of a parabolic reflector in spontaneous Raman scattering for low background Raman analysis of gas samples are reported. As an effective signal enhancing sample cell, photonic bandgap fiber (HC-PBF) or metallined capillary normally result in a strong continuous background in spectra caused by the strong Raman/fluorescence signal from the silica wall and the polymer protective film. In order to obtain enhanced signal with low background, a specially designed sample cell with double-pass and large collecting solid angle constructed by a parabolic reflector and a planar reflector was applied, of which the optical surfaces had been processed by diamond turning and coated by silver film and protective film of high-purity alumina. The influences of optical structure, polarization characteristic, collecting solid-angle and collecting efficiency of the sample cell on light propagation and signal enhancement were studied. A Raman spectrum of ambient air with signal to background ratio of 94 was acquired with an exposure time of 1 sec by an imaging spectrograph. Besides, the 3σ limits of detection (LOD) of 7 ppm for H2, 8 ppm for CO2 and 12 ppm for CO were also obtained. The sample cell mainly based on parabolic reflector will be helpful for compact and high-sensitive Raman system.
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Anlan Yu, Anlan Yu, Duluo Zuo, Duluo Zuo, Jun Gao, Jun Gao, Bin Li, Bin Li, Xingbing Wang, Xingbing Wang, } "Application of parabolic reflector on Raman analysis of gas samples", Proc. SPIE 9855, Next-Generation Spectroscopic Technologies IX, 98550A (12 May 2016); doi: 10.1117/12.2222778; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2222778
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