Photon correlation spectroscopy used as a particle size diagnostic in sooting flames.


Light-scattering particulate size measurements in flames have several advantages over conventional probe sampling. These include negligible perturbation of the system, real-time analysis, and in situ measurement of the particle sizes. The two techniques widely used today, Mie scattering and the extinction ratio method, rely on an accurate knowledge of the… (More)
DOI: 10.1364/AO.21.0976_1

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