Cavity-Enhanced Photoacoustic Detection Using Acoustic and Fiber-Optic Resonators
MacLean, Amy G
Schneider, Leila Tamina
Freytag, Annica I.
Barnes, Jack A.
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A wineglass has been used as an acoustic resonator to enhance the photoacoustic signal generated by laser excitation of absorbing dyes in solution. The amplitude of the acoustic signal was recorded using a fiber-optic transducer based on a Fabry-Pérot cavity attached to the rim of the wineglass. The optical and acoustic properties of the setup were characterized, and it was used to quantify the concentration of phosphomolybdenum blue and methyl red solutions. Detection limits of 1.2 ppm and 8 muM were obtained, respectively.
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