By Baldassare Di Bartolo; Ottavio Forte; International School of Atomic and Molecular Spectroscopy.; North Atlantic Treaty Organization
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Many of them have been used with outstanding results both in basic science, and in industrial and commercial applications, by changing for ever the same lifestyle of humankind. As far as spectroscopy is concerned, the laser light has started an unprecedented revolution and spectroscopic applications increased qualitatively and quantitatively in the last four decades as never before. Overall, the laser improved by several order of magnitude the resolution and sensitivity of well known classical spectroscopy, made possible the introduction of new spectroscopic methods, and allowed a wide diffusion of sophisticated but easily handled sensing devices for the environment, production processes, and medicine.
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82. The slope fed back into Eqn. 3 gives a thickness of approximately 110 nm, which is reasonable considering the molecular structure of the polymer. After substituting this thickness into Eqn. 0033. 0012, which is indeed small. 6. Protein Molecular Weight Sensitivity of a Photonic Atom Sensor14 Water-soluble protein molecules are 1-10 nm in size, considerable less than the length of the evanescent field. With this restricted dimension Eqn. 2 can be reduced to an approximate form 2 δλ t § δ (n ) · = ¨¨ 2 2 ¸¸ λ a © ns − nm ¹ (6) Eqn.
Advances in spectroscopy for lasers and sensing by Baldassare Di Bartolo; Ottavio Forte; International School of Atomic and Molecular Spectroscopy.; North Atlantic Treaty Organization