MOLECULAR RELAXATION RATE SPECTROMETER DETECTION THEORY


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MOLECULAR RELAXATION RATE SPECTROMETER DETECTION THEORY
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<emphasis role="italic"><emphasis role="bold">INTRODUCTION</emphasis></emphasis> The Molecular Relaxation Rate Spectrometer is a chemical sensor that has a detection sensitivity at the parts per trillion (ppt) concentration level in ultra pure air. This has already been shown in laboratory demonstrations at the University of Maryland over a decade ago. Ambient molecules present in ordinary r…
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Sabrie Soloman: Sensors Handbook, Second Edition. MOLECULAR RELAXATION RATE SPECTROMETER DETECTION THEORY, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2010 1999), AccessEngineering Export