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Watching molecules move

Watching molecules move

Velocity-Mapped Ion Imaging hits 30 years of research at Sandia By Michael Padilla Thirty years ago, David Chandler (8300) built […]

New Polarized-Depolarized Measurement Capability Extends Use of Raman/Rayleigh Methods to More Flame Types

New Polarized-Depolarized Measurement Capability Extends Use of Raman/Rayleigh Methods to More Flame Types

By Robert Barlow Allowing single-shot measurements of all major species in nonsooting flames of simple fuels, such as H2 and […]

Novel Spectroscopic Method Reveals Intermediates over a Broad Spectrum

Novel Spectroscopic Method Reveals Intermediates over a Broad Spectrum

CRF researcher Leonid Sheps has developed a new spectroscopic method, Time-Resolved Broadband Cavity-Enhanced Absorption Spectroscopy (TR-BB-CEAS). The new technique is […]