Spatially and Temporally Resolved Diagnostics

Understanding complex chemical physics systems often involves correlations among properties, making multidimensional diagnostics a natural tool. The CRF invents and employs imaging methods to probe such correlations: from ion imaging, which directly measures correlated angular and velocity distributions in single molecular collisions or photodissociation to four-dimensional imaging of chemical processes in turbulent flames.

(Link opens in a new tab)Imaging of Ions and Electrons for Study of Chemical Reactivity
(Link opens in a new tab)3D Diagnostics
(Link opens in a new tab)Near-Surface Imaging
(Link opens in a new tab)Coherent Raman Imaging