Fluorescence lifetimes of toluene as a function of oxygen concentration in toluene/nitrogen/oxygen mixtures have been measured at room temperature using picosecond-laser excitation of the S1–S0 transition at 266 nm. The data satisfy the Stern–Volmer relation with high accuracy, providing an updated value of the Stern–Volmer slope. A newly developed fluorescence lifetime imaging scheme, called Dual Imaging with Modeling Evaluation (DIME), is evaluated and successfully demonstrated for quantitative oxygen concentration imaging in toluene-seeded O2/N2 gas mixtures.
Experiments in Fluids – Springer Journals
Published: Dec 22, 2012
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