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2021
    Flavor classification and year prediction of Chinese Baijiu by time-resolved fluorescence 
    Towards a standard operating procedure for revealing hidden volatile organic compounds in breath: the Fourier-transform IR spectroscopy case 

2016
    Binary coded identification of industrial chemical vapors with an optofluidic nose 
    Modified Sagnac interferometer for contact-free length measurement of a direct absorption cell 
    PDMS-coated fiber volatile organic compounds sensors 

2015
    Extractive FTIR spectroscopy with cryogen-free low-temperature inert preconcentration for autonomous measurements of atmospheric organics: 1: Instrument development and preliminary performance 

2010
    Photonic bandgap infrared spectrometer 

2007
    Optical D-fiber-based volatile organic compound sensor 

2001
    "Broadly Tunable, Mode-Hop-Tuned cw Optical Parametric Oscillator Based on Periodically Poled Lithium Niobate" 
    "Possibility of Hard-Target Lidar Detection of a Biogenic Volatile Organic Compound, nu-Pinene Gas, Over Forest Areas" 

1977
    Moth and candle: the candle flame as a sexual mimic of the coded infrared wavelengths from a moth sex scent (pheromone) 
    Pumping frequency for the 17-microm ir emission from the cabbage looper moth sex scent (pheromone) 
    Solid state organic (pheromone-beeswax) far infrared maser 
    Tapping modulation of the far infrared (17-microm region) emission from the cabbage looper moth pheromone (sex scent) 

 
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