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- List of Abbreviations and Parameters
- Chapter 1: High Pressure: Fellow and Opponent of Spectroscopic Techniques
- 1.1. Compressible fluids in high-pressure process technology
- 1.2. Spectroscopic techniques bring light into the darkness of high-pressure processes
- 1.3. Why high pressure is an opponent of spectroscopic techniques?
- 1.4. Why high pressure is a fellow of spectroscopic techniques?
- 1.5. Advantages of spectroscopic techniques
- 1.6. Exercises corresponding to Chapter 1
- 1.7. Appendix—Chapter 1
- Chapter 2: Interaction of Matter and Electromagnetic Radiation
- 2.1. Properties of electromagnetic radiation and photons
- 2.2. Properties of molecules
- 2.3. Interaction of bulk matter and electromagnetic radiation
- 2.4. Interaction of molecules and electromagnetic radiation
- 2.5. Appendix—Chapter 2
- Chapter 3: Raman Spectroscopy From an Engineering Point of View
- 3.1. Three basic Raman sensor designs
- 3.2. Engineering of a Raman sensor
- 3.3. Purification of Raman signals from undesired interferences
- 3.4. Case studies
- 3.5. Appendix – Chapter 3
- Chapter 4: Shadowgraph and Schlieren Techniques
- 4.1. How shadowgraph and schlieren techniques work
- 4.2. Ballistic spray imaging: A special shadowgraph technique
- 4.3. Case studies
- Chapter 5: Laser-Induced Fluorescence (LIF) and Phosphorescence (LIP) Techniques
- 5.1. LIF and LIP-thermometry
- 5.2. Laser-induced excited-complex fluorescence (LIEF)
- 5.3. Case studies
- Chapter 6: Absorption Spectroscopy
- 6.1. Working principles of absorption spectrometers
- 6.2. Case studies
- Subject Index
In situ Spectroscopic Techniques at High Pressure provides a comprehensive treatment of in-situ applications of spectroscopic techniques at high pressure and their working principles, allowing the reader to develop a deep understanding of which measurements are accessible with each technique, what their limitations are, and for which application each technique is best suited.
Coverage is also given to the instrumental requirements for these applications, with respect to the high pressure instrumentation and the spectroscopic components of the equipment.
The pedagogical style of the book is supplemented by the inclusion of "study questions" which aim to make it useful for graduate-level courses.
- Bridges the gap between supercritical fluid science/technology and in-situ spectroscopic techniques
- Provides a powerful guide to applying spectroscopic techniques as gainful sensors at high pressure
- Highlights the influence of a high pressure environment and high pressure equipment on spectroscopic techniques
- Presents a deep understanding of which measurements are accessible with each technique, what their limitations are, and for which application each technique is best suited
Chemical engineers, graduate students and spectroscopists interested in high pressure applications
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- © Elsevier 2015
- 11th December 2015
- Hardcover ISBN:
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Erlangen Graduate School in Advanced Optical Technologies (SAOT) and Lehrstuhl für Technische Thermodynamik (LTT), Friedrich-Alexander Universitaet Erlangen-Nuernberg (FAU), Germany
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