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Laser Technology and its Applications
Planar laser-induced fluorescence (PLIF) is a highly sensitive and space-time-resolved laser diagnostic technique. It is widely used in the diagnosis of combustion and flow fields to obtain the thermodynamic information of active components and interested molecules in flames. Nowadays, the PLIF technology is developing in two directions: high speed and quantification. In view of the high spatial and temporal resolution characteristics of PLIF technology that other laser diagnostics do notdoi:10.5772/intechopen.79702 fatcat:jjx32pmzczfnvi7wya5wsdxjzy