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Electrolyte effects in thermal lens spectrometry

Norman Lough

Electrolyte effects in thermal lens spectrometry

by Norman Lough

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Published by UMIST in Manchester .
Written in English


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StatementNorman Lough ; supervised by R.D. Snook.
ContributionsSnook, R. D., DIAS.
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Open LibraryOL20486275M

Comprehensive Evaluation of Polymer Electrolyte Membrane (PEM) Using Thermal Analysis This Application News presents a comprehensive evaluation of a polymer electrolyte membrane (PEM), one of the important factors affecting the performance of fuel cells. effective medium for the composite thermal lens. Indeed, it was previously shown11 that such an assumption is exact for infinitesimally small t. The thermal lens characteristics could then arise, e.g., (1) due to a change in the j, keeping the Q traversal length constant or (2) due to the variation of the ge-.

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Electrolyte effects in thermal lens spectrometry by Norman Lough Download PDF EPUB FB2

Ments in electroinduced thermal lens spectrometry is. A novel spectroelectrochemical method based on the thermal-lens effect from electrolyte solution using regular Joule heat generation by. The effect of some electrolytes on the detection limits and sensitivity coefficients of the thermal lens determination of model compounds of different types in aqueous solutions is studied.

and a thermal diffusion length of 48μmatf = 20 Hz, the heat diffuses into the surrounding layers and behaves as an additional positive or negative thermal lens element, depending on whether the sign of the thermo-optical parameter (dn/dT)of the surroundings is the same or opposite to that of the sample (Fig.

1a). The TL signal. Introduction. Thermal lens spectrometry (TLS) 1, 2is a highly sensitive photothermal technique based on the absorption of optical radiation and the subsequent temperature rise produced through non-radiative relaxation processes.

In analytical chemistry, thermal lens spectrometry has been seen to achieve limits of detection two or three orders of magnitude better than those obtained by Cited by:   The effect of some electrolytes on the detection limits and sensitivity coefficients of the thermal lens determination of model compounds of different types in aqueous solutions is studied.

A significant increase in the sensitivity of thermal lens determination in electrolyte solutions is shown. For example, the sensitivity coefficient is doubled in M H2SO4 and M HNO3, regardless of Cited by: 1. A new technique for the generation of a thermal lens effect is considered.

In this technique, the action of focused radiation from an inducing laser is replaced by an analogous action of electric current, which forms a thermal lens at a certain site of a liquid by the generation of a high local current density in a small liquid volume.

The main regularities of this technique for thermal lens Cited by: 3. Thus, thermal lens spectrometry is times more sensitive than conventional spectrophotometry.

The performance characteristics of thermal lens spectrometry is Electrolyte effects in thermal lens spectrometry book, that is the signal is proportional to light intensity and also it is a geometrical method, that is the signal depends on geometry of the optical scheme design.

The experimental arrangement of the dual beam thermal lens spectrometer used in this work is shown in Fig. excitation radiation was provided by a pulsed Nd:YAG laser, with a maximum mJ pulse energy and 6–9 ns pulse duration at the fundamental wavelength of nm (Spectron Laser Systems, UK, Model SLG), which was focused in the flow cell with a mm focal length plano-convex Cited by: 5.

Photothermal lens aberration effects in two laser thermal lens spectrophotometry Stephen E. Bialkowski A comparison of theories describing two laser photothermal lens signals is given.

The aberrant nature of this lens is accounted for in a theory which treats the propagation of a monitor laser in terms of a. Photothermal deflection spectroscopy. Photothermal deflection spectroscopy is a kind of spectroscopy that measures the change in refractive index due to heating of a medium by light.

It works via a sort of "mirage effect" where a refractive index gradient exists adjacent to the test sample surface.A probe laser beam is refracted or bent in a manner proportional to the temperature gradient of.

the magnitude of the thermal lens effect. Different theoretical descriptions of the thermal lens effect under a variety of experimental conditions can be found in the literature and have been reviewed extensively in several books and review articles. (6–8,11–14) These models cover thermal lens effects generatedFile Size: KB.

Thermal Lens Spectrometry(TLS) is a photothermal technique which is based on the change in the refractive index of the sample when it is illuminated by a laser beam. Recently, we have introduced this technique in the study of lyotropic liquid crystals [17,18].

Thermal ionization mass spectrometry (TIMS) is also known as surface ionization and is a highly sensitive isotope mass spectrometry characterization technique.

The isotopic ratios of radionuclides are used to get an accurate measurement for the elemental analysis of a sample. Singly charged ions of the sample are formed by the thermal ionization effect.

A chemically purified liquid sample is. II Thermal lens Spectrometry. Thermal Lens Spectrometry was first reported in by Gordan et al. [22]. Since then the technique has proved to be a valuable method to study transparent materials. The TL effect is induced when a laser beam passes through a material and the absorbed energy is converted into heat.

Author Affiliations. Aristides Marcano Olaizola, 1 Salvador Alvarado, 2 and Ernesto Marín Moares 2 1 Department of Physics and Pre-Engineering and Optical Science Center for Applied Research, Delaware State University, North Dupont Highway, Dover, DEUSA.

2 Instituto Politécnico Nacional, Centro de Investigación en Ciencia Aplicada y Tecnología Avanzada (CICATA-Legaria. Electrospray Ionization (ESI) In ESI, a highly charged aerosol is generated from a sample in solution. As the droplets shrink due to evaporation, the charge density increases until a coulombic explosion occurs, producing daughter droplets that repeat the process until individualized sample ions are generated (Figure \(\PageIndex{2}\).

One of the limitations of is the requirement that the. Absorption coefficient of nearly transparent liquids measured using thermal lens spectrometry a1,2, o 1, lanos3 1 Centro de F´ısica, Instituto Venezolano de Investigaciones Cient´ıficas, Caracas A, ApartadoVenezuela 2 Instituto de Ciencia y Tecnolog´ıa de Materiales (ICTM), U.H, CPCiudad File Size: KB.

Thermal Effects in Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells The main objective of this project is to enhance the understanding and knowledge in the field of thermal effects in PEFCs.

EFFIPRO – Efficient and robust fuel cell with novel ceramic proton conducting electrolyte. A comparison of theories describing two laser photothermal lens signals is given. The aberrant nature of this lens is accounted for in a theory which treats the propagation of a monitor laser in terms of a phase shift in this laser beam wave front.

The difference between theories are discussed in terms of the predicted signal strengths and temporal behavior. Joshi, Prakash Raj, "Pulsed-Laser Excited Photothermal Study of Glasses and Nanoliter Cylindrical Sample Cell Based on Thermal Lens Spectroscopy" ().

All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. This Dissertation is brought to you for free and open access by the Graduate Studies at [email protected] Photothermal spectroscopy methods. Sensing Detectors Other Methods to Detect Deflection Angle Differential Deflection Angle Thermal Lens Focal Length Pulsed Excitation Thermal Lens Focal Length Time-dependent Focal Length Sample Path Length Limitations Crossed-beam.USB2 US10/, USA USB2 US B2 US B2 US B2 US A US A US A US B2 US B2 US B2 Authority US United States Prior art keywords battery electrolyte cf salt ethylene oxide Prior art date Legal status (The legal status is an assumption and is not a legal by: Extract high-precision isotope ratio information from your samples with the Thermo Scientific Triton Series Multicollector Thermal Ionization Mass Spectrometer (TIMS).

The Thermo Scientific Triton XT TIMS integrates the established field-proven technologies from the Triton Series instruments with th.