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Fiber-Coupled Gas-Flow Cells

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CORVALLIS, Ore., Sept. 10, 2104 — New fiber-coupled gas-flow cells from Wavelength References Inc. are suited for UV to mid-infrared spectroscopy.

The FCM-10 and FCM-40 feature enclosures with pressure handling capabilities of >400 psi, inert wetted surfaces, >200 °C operating temperature, Swagelok fittings and two path lengths, 10 and 40 cm.

Applications include deep-UV to MIR gas sensing from 160 nm to >9 µm, head-space and chemical analysis for the gas distribution, chemical, petrochemical, environmental and biotech industries.
Sep 2014

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