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A collection of research papers related to the laser-induced fluorescence (LIF) spectroscopy techniques in the Oil Testing Kit.

Research papers

I'll go through and get properly formatted citations soon:

Patsayeva et al, 2000 - Laser Spectroscopy of Mineral Oils on the Surface of Water

Moise, N., Aurelia Vasile, M.L. Pascu - Measuring of water and soil contamination with oil components using laser induced fluorescence transmitted through optical fibres

O'Neil, R.A., Buja Bijunas, L., & Rayner, D.M. - Field performance of a laser fluorosensor for the detection of oil spills

Bublitz, J, M. et al - Fiber-optic laser-induced fluorescence probe for the detection of environmental pollutants

Kumke et al. - Fluorescence Spectroscopy of Polynuclear Aromatic Compounds in Environmental Monitoring

Tangential research

I found lots of papers that mentioned other pollutant detection techniques, so I thought I'd list some of them here too:

Hussain et al - Monitoring and assessment of toxic metals in Gulf War oil spill contaminated soil using laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (summary)

Yamamoto et al, 1996 Detection of Metals in the Environment Using a Portable Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy Instrument

Not yet summarized

(or found!)

Brown, C.E., Wang, Z., Fruhwirth, M., Fingas, M., 1994b. May 1993 oil-spill sensor test program: correlation of laser fluorosensor data with chemical analysis. In: Proceedings of the Seventeenth Arctic and Marine Oilspill Technical Seminar. Environment Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, pp. 1239-1261.

Fingas, M.F., 1982. A simple night time oil slick detector. Spill Technology Newsletter 7 (1), 137-141.

O'Neil, R.A., Neville R.A., Thompson, V., 1983. The Arctic Marine Oilspill Program (AMOP) remote sensing study. Environment Canada Report Number EPS 4-EC-83-3, Ottawa, Ontario, 257p.

  1. Oesgaard, "Determination of environmental pollutants by direct fluorescence spectroscopy," Trace Anal 3, 163-212 (1984)

  2. Niessner, W. Roberts, and P. Wilbring, "Fiber optical sensor system using a tunable laser for detection of PAH's on particles and in water," in Chemical, Biochemical, and Environmental Fiber Sensors, R.A. Lieberman and M.T. Wlodarczyk, eds., Proc. Soc. Photo-Opt. Instrum. Eng. 1172, 145-156 (1989)

    1. Lieberman, S.M. Inman, G.A. Theriault, S.S. Cooper, P.G. Malone, Y. Shimizu, and P. W. Lurk, "Fiber-optic based chemical sensors for in situ measurement of metals and aromatic organic compounds in seawater and soil systems," in Environment and Pollution Measurement Sensors and Systems, H.O. Nielsen, ed., Proc. Soc. Photo-Opt. Instrum. Eng. 1269, 175-184 (1990).

S.E. Apitz, G.A. Theriault, and S.H. Lieberman, "Optimization of the optical characteristics of a fiber-optic guided laser fluorescence technique for the in-situ evalutaion of fuels in soils," in Environmental and Process Monitoring Technologies, T. Vo-Dinh, ed., Proc. Soc. Photo-Opt. Instrum. Eng. 1637, 241-254 (1992).

G.D. Gillispie and R.W. St. Germain, "In-situ tunable laser fluorescece of hydrocarbons," in Environmental and Process Monitoring Technologies, T. VoDinh, ed., Proc. Soc. Photo-Opt. Instrum. Eng. 1637, 151-162 (1992).

  1. Schade and J. Bublitz, "New laser-induced fluorescence trace analysis of pollutants in water and in the soil," in Proceedings of the Eleventh International Conference on Laser Spectroscopy, L. Bloomfield, T. Gallagher, and D. Larson, eds. (American Institute of Physics, New York, 1994), pp.261-263.

I.B. Berlman, Handbook of Fluorescence Spectra of Aromatic Molecules (Academic, New York, 1971)

  1. Svanberg (1990) in S. Martelucci and A. N. Chester (Eds.), Optoelectronics for Environmental Science, Plenum Press, New York, pp.15-27

O.C. Mullins, S. Mitra-Kirtley , and Y. Zhu, (1992) Appl. Spectrosc. 46, 1405-1411

  1. Adler, K. Sertic-Bionda, and N. Rak (1990) Int. J. Environ. Anal. Chem. 39, 381-390.