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- Theses and posters from College of Medicine - Phoenix graduates are now available in the repository. Visit the Scholarly Projects 2019 collection to view this year's submissions.
- Congratulations to Spring 2019 graduates from the Honors College. Honors College Theses from 250 graduates are now available in the repository.
- Sixteen titles from the UA Press Open Arizona collection are now available in the repository. The scholarship "emphasizes the relevance of the southwestern United States to understanding contemporary American life." You can read, browse, and download these books from both the Open Arizona website and from the Open Arizona collection in the repository.
- Congratulations to Spring 2019 graduates in the Master of Landscape Architecture program. Their master's reports are now available in the repository.
Congratulations to Spring 2019 graduates in the Sustainable Built Environments program. Their capstone projects, now available in the repository, focus on sustainable architecture in Tucson.
We're celebrating three years of the UA Open Access Policy! The policy was passed by Faculty Senate in April 2016. Since then, we've made more than 4,500 articles authored by UA faculty, researchers and staff publically available in the repository. Browse these materials and learn how to add your content to the repository.
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Standoff 250 m Open-path Detection of Chemical Plumes Using a Broadband Swept-ECQCLWe measure chemical plumes at a 250 m standoff distance by sweeping an external cavity quantum cascade laser over a broad spectral range of 920-1220 cm(-1) at a rate of 200 Hz. (C) 2019 The Author(s)
Time-Resolved Dual Frequency Comb Spectroscopy for Broadband Multi-Species Detection in Laser-Induced PlasmasWe present the first results using time-resolved broadband dual-comb spectroscopy in a laser-induced plasma. Preliminary results identifying multiple species in a Nd magnet will be shown. (c) 2019 The Author(s)
Time-Resolved Dual Frequency Comb Phase Spectroscopy of Laser-Induced PlasmasWe present the first results using time-resolved dual-comb phase spectroscopy in a laser-induced plasma. It can allow for simultaneous plasma characterization as well as multi-species detection and plasma characterization. (c) 2019 The Author(s)
Characterization of a Laser-Induced Plasma Using Time-Resolved Dual-Frequency-Comb SpectroscopyWe characterize the dynamics of laser-induced plasmas using time-resolved dual-frequency-comb spectroscopy. The temporal evolution of plasma's temperature, population number density are estimated for multiple Fe transitions. (C) 2019 The Author(s)
Dual-comb laser system for time-resolved studies of fireballs in the MIRWe present a high power all-fiber dual-comb system suitable for time-resolved spectroscopy measurements in the mid-infrared to study explosion dynamics and detection of chemical species. (C) 2019 The Author(s)