Vol. 20, issue 03, article # 11

Krekov G.M., Krekova M.M., Matvienko G.G., Kovshov A.V., Sukhanov A.Ya. Statistical modeling of transspectral processes in laser sensing of the environment. 2. Laser-induced fluorescence; model estimations. // Atmospheric and oceanic optics. 2007. V. 20. No. 03. P. 237-247.
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Abstract:

Based on the algorithm of the Monte Carlo method proposed earlier for solution of non-stationary transfer equation for broadband radiation of laser-induced fluorescence (LIF), a series of calculations have been made aimed at practical purposes. As an example, we have performed quantitative analysis of the spatially resolved LIF spectra of 1H-Indole, one of the important secondary metabolites, and OPzN, a typical hazardous polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon. We have estimated admissible distortions of the LIF spectra that would yet allow identification of the class of fluorophores to be done by the method of artificial neuron networks.

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