Proposed single-pulse two-dimensional temperature and density measurements of oxygen and air.
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A combination of laser-induced fluorescence and Rayleigh scattering from an ArF laser tuned onto an oxygen transition is proposed for instantaneous two-dimensional measurements of temperature and density. A model giving the temperature and frequency dependence of these mechanisms is developed, and supporting experimental results are presented.
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Miles, R. B., Connors, J. J., Howard, P. J., Markovitz, E. C., & Roth, G. J.
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Miles, RB||Connors, JJ||Howard, PJ||Markovitz, EC||Roth, GJ