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PHYSICAL
FORM OF
MATERIAL
LOD /
RSD
MATRIX
COMMENTS
REFERENCE
ANALYTE /
MATRIX LINES
λ (nm)
Solid
300 ppm
NF in pressed sample in He
To be added shortly
G. Asimellis. S. Hamilton, A. Giannoudakos and M. Kompitsas. Controlled inert gas environment for enhanced chlorine and fluorine detection in the visible and near-infrared by laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy. Spectrochim. Acta Part B, 60, (2005), 1132-1139.
685.60
Solid
0.016 mole fraction / 10-17%
Organic solid in air
Thin layer of powder formed on adhesive tape. Sampled in air at atmospheric pressure. Nd:YAG laser (1064 nm), spectrometer & ICCD. Br, Cl & F.
M. Tran, Q. Sun, B.W. Smith and J.D. Winefordner. Determination of F, Cl, and Br in solid organic compounds by laser-induced plasma spectroscopy. Appl. Spectrosc., 55, (2001), 739-744.
685.6 / C (833.52)
Solid
0.0010 mole fraction / 10-17%
Organic solid in He
Thin layer of powder formed on adhesive tape. Sampled in He at atmospheric pressure. Nd:YAG laser (1064 nm), spectrometer & ICCD. Br, Cl & F.
M. Tran, Q. Sun, B.W. Smith and J.D. Winefordner. Determination of F, Cl, and Br in solid organic compounds by laser-induced plasma spectroscopy. Appl. Spectrosc., 55, (2001), 739-744.
712.79 / C (723.64)
Gas/aerosol
170 ppm /
RSD not reported
C3F7H in ultra pure N2

Nd:YAG operating at 1064 nm, PRF 10 Hz, 60 mJ pulse energy. Single shot spectra used. Spectrograph resolution ~0.7 nm, detector IPDA.

E.D. Lancaster, K.L. McNesby, R.G. Daniel and A.W. Miziolek. Spectroscopic analysis of fire suppressants and refrigerants by laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy. Appl. Opt., 38, (1999), 1476-1480.

685.6 /
not applicable
Gas/aerosol
530 ppm /
RSD not reported
C2F4H2 in ultra pure N2

Nd:YAG operating at 1064 nm, PRF 10 Hz, 60 mJ pulse energy. Single shot spectra used. Spectrograph resolution ~0.7 nm, detector IPDA.

E.D. Lancaster, K.L. McNesby, R.G. Daniel and A.W. Miziolek. Spectroscopic analysis of fire suppressants and refrigerants by laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy. Appl. Opt., 38, (1999), 1476-1480.

685.6 /
not applicable
Gas/aerosol
490 ppm /
RSD not reported
CF4 in ultra pure N2

Nd:YAG operating at 1064 nm, PRF 10 Hz, 60 mJ pulse energy. Single shot spectra used. Spectrograph resolution ~0.7 nm, detector IPDA.

E.D. Lancaster, K.L. McNesby, R.G. Daniel and A.W. Miziolek. Spectroscopic analysis of fire suppressants and refrigerants by laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy. Appl. Opt., 38, (1999), 1476-1480.

685.6 /
not applicable
Gas/aerosol
750 ppm /
RSD not reported
CF3Br in ultra pure N2

Nd:YAG operating at 1064 nm, PRF 10 Hz, 60 mJ pulse energy. Single shot spectra used. Spectrograph resolution ~0.7 nm, detector IPDA.

E.D. Lancaster, K.L. McNesby, R.G. Daniel and A.W. Miziolek. Spectroscopic analysis of fire suppressants and refrigerants by laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy. Appl. Opt., 38, (1999), 1476-1480.

685.6 /
not applicable
Gas/aerosol
40 ppm
C2F5H in air
To be added shortly
C.K. Williamson, R.G. Daniel, K.L. NcNesby and A.W. Miziolek. Laser-induced breakdown Spectroscopy for real-time detection of halon alternative agents. Anal. Chem., 70, (1998), 1186-1191.
685.6
Gas/aerosol
20 ppm
Air
To be added shortly
L. Dudragne, Ph. Adam and J. Amouroux. Time-resolved laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy: application for qualitative and quantitative detection of fluorine, chlorine, sulfur, and carbon in air. Appl. Spectrosc., 52, (1998), 1321-1327.
685.604
Gas/aerosol
38 ppm
Freon in air
To be added shortly
D.A. Cremers and L.J. Radziemski. Detection of fluorine and chlorine in air by laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy. Anal. Chem., 55, (1983), 1252-1256.
685.6