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An effective method for substance detection using the broad spectrum THz signal with a "terahertz nose".

Trofimov VA, Varentsova SA - Sensors (Basel) (2015)

Bottom Line: This pulse excites, for example, many vibrational or rotational energy levels of molecules simultaneously.Comparing the absorption and emission spectrum dynamics of a substance under analysis with the corresponding data for a standard substance, one can detect and identify the substance under real conditions taking into account the influence of packing material, water vapor and substance surface.For quality assessment of the standard substance detection in the signal under analysis, we propose time-dependent integral correlation criteria.

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Affiliation: Faculty of Computational Mathematics and Cybernetics, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Leninskiye Gory, Moscow 119992, Russia;. vatro@cs.msu.ru.

ABSTRACT
We propose an effective method for the detection and identification of dangerous substances by using the broadband THz pulse. This pulse excites, for example, many vibrational or rotational energy levels of molecules simultaneously. By analyzing the time-dependent spectrum of the THz pulse transmitted through or reflected from a substance, we follow the average response spectrum dynamics. Comparing the absorption and emission spectrum dynamics of a substance under analysis with the corresponding data for a standard substance, one can detect and identify the substance under real conditions taking into account the influence of packing material, water vapor and substance surface. For quality assessment of the standard substance detection in the signal under analysis, we propose time-dependent integral correlation criteria. Restrictions of usually used detection and identification methods, based on a comparison between the absorption frequencies of a substance under analysis and a standard substance, are demonstrated using a physical experiment with paper napkins.

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Mentions: In Figure 6a we show the sample investigated under real conditions at a long distance of about 3.5 m. The sample consists of several layers of thin paper (napkins) with a total thickness of 5–7 mm. We shall call this signal the Paper Layers signal.


An effective method for substance detection using the broad spectrum THz signal with a "terahertz nose".

Trofimov VA, Varentsova SA - Sensors (Basel) (2015)

Sample with thin paper layers.
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sensors-15-12103-f006: Sample with thin paper layers.
Mentions: In Figure 6a we show the sample investigated under real conditions at a long distance of about 3.5 m. The sample consists of several layers of thin paper (napkins) with a total thickness of 5–7 mm. We shall call this signal the Paper Layers signal.

Bottom Line: This pulse excites, for example, many vibrational or rotational energy levels of molecules simultaneously.Comparing the absorption and emission spectrum dynamics of a substance under analysis with the corresponding data for a standard substance, one can detect and identify the substance under real conditions taking into account the influence of packing material, water vapor and substance surface.For quality assessment of the standard substance detection in the signal under analysis, we propose time-dependent integral correlation criteria.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Faculty of Computational Mathematics and Cybernetics, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Leninskiye Gory, Moscow 119992, Russia;. vatro@cs.msu.ru.

ABSTRACT
We propose an effective method for the detection and identification of dangerous substances by using the broadband THz pulse. This pulse excites, for example, many vibrational or rotational energy levels of molecules simultaneously. By analyzing the time-dependent spectrum of the THz pulse transmitted through or reflected from a substance, we follow the average response spectrum dynamics. Comparing the absorption and emission spectrum dynamics of a substance under analysis with the corresponding data for a standard substance, one can detect and identify the substance under real conditions taking into account the influence of packing material, water vapor and substance surface. For quality assessment of the standard substance detection in the signal under analysis, we propose time-dependent integral correlation criteria. Restrictions of usually used detection and identification methods, based on a comparison between the absorption frequencies of a substance under analysis and a standard substance, are demonstrated using a physical experiment with paper napkins.

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