The PolySense team has just published a new article on Applied Physics Letters reporting on an optical gas sensing technique based on in-plane quartz-enhanced photoacoustic spectroscopy (IP-QEPAS). IP-QEPAS sensor results in a signal more than 40 times higher than that measured with the standard in-plane QEPAS conﬁguration, conﬁrming the potentiality of this approach. The following Leggi di piùNew Publication on Applied Physics Letters[…]
The PolySenSe Team has visited the THORLABS Headquarter to discuss future development exploiting the New Lab facility that will open soon @ the Physics department of Bari.
The PolySense team has just published a new article on Photoacoustics Journal reporting on a comparison between piezoelectric and interferometric readouts of vibrations in quartz tuning forks (QTFs) for quartz-enhanced photoacoustic (QEPAS) trace gas detection. The following link provide access to the article. http://polysense.poliba.it/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/113_Piezo-interferometric-QEPAS_Photoaocustics_2020.pdf
The PolySense team has just published a new article on Photoacoustics Journal reporting on multi-gas QEPAS detection of methane and nitrous oxide using a quantum cascade laser array. A methane detection sensitivity of 200 ppb and 60 ppb for nitrous oxide were achieved with a 10 s lock-in integration time. The following link provide access Leggi di piùNew Publication on Photoacoustics Journal[…]
The PolySense team has just published a new article on Applied Physics Letters reporting on a highly sensitive trace gas sensor based on light-induced thermoelastic spectroscopy (LITES) and a custom quartz tuning fork (QTF). A minimum detection limit of 325 ppb was achieved at an integration time of 1 s, nearly one order of magnitude Leggi di piùNew Publication on Applied Physics Letters[…]
The PolySense team has just published a new article on Optics Express reporting on the realization of a novel grooved quartz tuning fork detector for Quartz-enhanced photoacoustic sensing. Rectangular grooves were carved on each prong surface of the QTF to reduce the electrical resistance and enhance the piezoelectric effect without affecting the resonance frequency and Leggi di piùNew Publication on Optics Express[…]
Vincenzo Spagnolo and Pietro Patimisco from the PolySense team have contributed with a full chapter on QEPAS technology in an Elsevier -Woodhead Publishing Series in Electronic and Optical Materials book entitled: Mid-infrared Optoelectronics Materials, Devices, and Applications, 1st edition. The following link provide access to the article: http://polysense.poliba.it/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/Elsevier-mid-infrared-optoelectronics_qepas-chapter.pdf
Prof. Spagnolo will give a seminar on Nov 7th at the Technical University of Munich on “Quartz-enhanced photoacoustic spectroscopy: basics, merits and real-world applications”.
11/10/2019. Houston. The PolySense team presented at ASTRO project meeting in Rice University the first QEPAS prototype for sensing-on-drone. The technology will open the way to air pollution monitoring exploiting the potentiality of drone systems.
The PolySense team has just published a new article on Analytical Chemistry reporting on a the realization of a QEPAS sensor for simultaneous dual gas detection of Methane/Nitric Oxide and water vapor with sensitivity down to few ppbs, by simultaneously exciting two in-plane flexural vibrational mode of a custom QTF. The following link provide access Leggi di piùNew publication on Analytical Chemistry Journal[…]