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Classification of petroleum Standard Reference Materials and other fuels by chemometric analysis of gas chromatography-mass spectrometry data

February 23, 2017
Author(s)
Werickson Fortunato de Carvalho Rocha, Michele M. Schantz, David Sheen, Katrice Lippa, Pamela M. Chu
As feedstocks transition from conventional oil to increasing amounts of unconventional petroleum sources and biomass, it will be necessary to determine whether a particular fuel or fuel blend is suitable for use in engines. Certifying a fuel as safe for

Fourier Transform Spectrometry with a Near Infrared Supercontinuum Source

May 1, 2009
Author(s)
Chris A. Michaels, Tony Masiello, Pamela M. Chu
Optical fiber based supercontinuum light sources combine the brightness of lasers with the broad bandwidth of incandescent lamps and thus are promising candidates for sources in spectroscopic applications requiring high brightness and broad bandwidth. Near

Advances in Optical Methods for Trace Gas Analysis

May 1, 2003
Author(s)
Pamela M. Chu
The fundamental principles for chemical analysis by optical methods are established. However, only recent advances in instrumentation and spectroscopic techniques have substantially expended the feasibility of routine spectroscopic analysis of gaseous

The Validation of Fourier-Transform Microwave Spectroscopy for Trace-Gas Analysis

February 1, 2002
Author(s)
Pamela M. Chu, R D. Suenram, Angela R. Hight Walker, R S. DaBell, George C. Rhoderick, Gerald T. Fraser
There is strong interest by regulatory agencies and automobile manufacturers, motivated in large part by increasingly stringent emission standards, for measurement tools capable of quantifying various hydrocarbons, oxygenated hydrocarbons, etc., in

Rotational Signatures of Chemical Agents and Related Compounds

January 1, 2000
Author(s)
R D. Suenram, Angela R. Hight Walker, Gerald T. Fraser, David F. Plusquellic, R S. DaBell, Pamela M. Chu, George C. Rhoderick, A C. Samuels, J O. Jensen, Pavol Krivosik, J M. Lochner
The rotational spectra of more than twenty different chemical-warfare agents, precursors, and decomposition products have been studied using the technique of Fourier-Transform MicroWave (FTMW) spectroscopy. The compounds studied include the four common G