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Laser in Environmental and Life Sciences - Modern Analytical Methods

Edited by Hering, Peter; Lay, Jan P.; Stry, Sandra 
Springer Verlag  2004  



Hardcover  XXIV, 343 pp, 166 illus  ISBN 9783540402602      £121.00
This comprehensive reference work illustrates the state of the art of laser-induced analytical methods in environmental and life sciences via an interdisciplinary approach. Key techniques for remote sensing in the atmosphere, as well as diagnostic methods for soil, water and air contamination and exhaled breath are described. Each a prominent scientists, the authors report on their current research; demonstrate that multi-disciplinary applications are possible; and employ examples on how existing environmental diagnostic methods have found their way into life sciences.

Contents

Part I Remote Sensing Methods in the Atmosphere
1 Lidar: An Overview
2 Application Perspectives of Intense Laser Pulses in Atmospheric Diagnostics
3 Analysis of Three Dimensional Aerosol Distributions by Means of Digital Holography

Part II Applications in Liquid and Solid States
4 Laser-Based Analysis of Solids with Environmental Impact
5 Laser-Induced Fluorescence (LIF) Spectroscopy for the In Situ Analysis of Petroleum Product-Contaminated Soils
6 Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS) in Environmental and Process Analysis
7 Intracavity-, Laser-Desorption- and Cavity Ring-Down Techniques as Detection Devices for Samples in Condensed Phases
8 Application of Two-Dimensional LIF for the Analysis of Aromatic Molecules in Water

Part III Applications for Gaseous Substances and Aerosols
9 Chemical Analysis with Multi-Dimensional and On-Line Selectivity Using Laser Spectroscopy Combined with Mass or Species Separation
10 Rapid Analysis of Complex Mixtures by Means of Resonant Laser Ionization Mass Spectrometry
11 Diode-Laser Sensors for In-Situ Gas Analysis

Part IV Applications in Life Science
12 Laser Analytics of Gas Samples in Life Science
13 Detection of Nitric Oxide in Human Exhalation Using Laser Magnetic Resonance
14 Medical Trace Gas Detection by Means of Mid-Infrared Cavity Leak-Out Spectroscopy
15 Practical Applications of CRDS in Medical Diagnostics
16 Photoacoustic Trace Gas Detection in Plant Biology
17 DNA Adducts as Biomarkers for Carcinogenesis Analysed by Capillary Electrophoresis and Laser-Induced-Fluorescence Detection

Index

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