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  • Vol. 48, Iss. 12 — Dec. 1, 1994
  • pp: 1457–1460

Dual-Beam Thermal Lens Measurement of Condensed-Phase Sample at CO2 Laser Wavelengths: Detection of Octadecanoic Acid in Carbon Tetrachloride

Mladen Franko, Dane Bicanic, Zoltáan Bozóki, and Henk Jalink

Applied Spectroscopy, Vol. 48, Issue 12, pp. 1457-1460 (1994)


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Abstract

Detection of monobasic, straight-chain saturated fatty acid (octadecanoic C18:0) in CCl4, based on the thermal lens effect after excitation by CO2 laser radiation at 934.9 cm-1 is described for the first time. The achieved limit of detection (LOD=0.3%) is comparable to that of the transmission infrared technique. Possibilities for further improvements in sensitivity and detection limit are also discussed.

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Mladen Franko, Dane Bicanic, Zoltáan Bozóki, and Henk Jalink, "Dual-Beam Thermal Lens Measurement of Condensed-Phase Sample at CO2 Laser Wavelengths: Detection of Octadecanoic Acid in Carbon Tetrachloride," Appl. Spectrosc. 48, 1457-1460 (1994)
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