Chemistry diagnostics for monitoring

Katharina Kohse-Höinghaus, Alison M. Ferris, Johan Zetterberg, Deanna Lacoste, Peter Fjodorow, Steven Wagner, Liming Cai, Charlotte Rudolph, Judit Zádor, Yuyang Li, Lena Ruwe, Nina Gaiser, Zhandong Wang, Klaus Peter Geigle

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Chemically sensitive diagnostics are indispensable to unravel reactive processes in combustion and beyond, to understand their development in time and space and to monitor the reaction progress under the conditions of interest. A multitude of techniques is available that may provide species composition together with other process-controlling variables as a function of the reaction environment. Analytical tools have been developed that range from one-of-a-kind large-facility instrumentation to robust sensors for use in technical systems and in the field. In this chapter, needs and developments for the near and midterm future are addressed combining individual contributions from selected perspectives and intertwining thoughts and ideas from different fields and expertise. Major advances can be expected from combinations of instrumentation and digital processes, with beneficial uses for a multitude of processes in carbon-reduced and carbon-neutral environments.
Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationCombustion Chemistry and the Carbon Neutral Future
Number of pages85
ISBN (Print)9780323992138
StatePublished - Mar 3 2023


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