Application of pulsed photoacoustics in water at high pressure

Scott S. Freeborn, John Hannigan, Hugh A. MacKenzie

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Abstract

The effectiveness of pulsed laser photoacoustics in the spectral analysis of water at high pressures is studied. The pulsed photoacoustic response from distilled water at 20 °C for a range of pressures from 1-350 bars is considered. The combination of pressure dependences of each physical parameter is expressed in terms of the pulsed photoacoustic signal, detected by an acoustic transducer. The results indicate that the accepted principles and theories describing pulsed photoacoustic generation hold true for liquids under high pressures.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)5118-5121
Number of pages4
JournalApplied Optics
Volume38
Issue number24
Publication statusPublished - Aug 1999

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    Freeborn, S. S., Hannigan, J., & MacKenzie, H. A. (1999). Application of pulsed photoacoustics in water at high pressure. Applied Optics, 38(24), 5118-5121.