CRDS

AcronymDefinition
CRDSCavity Ring-Down Spectroscopy
CRDSContribution pour Le Remboursement de la Dette Sociale (French: Social Debt Repayment Contribution)
CRDSCommunity Rehabilitation and Disability Studies (University of Calgary, Canada)
CRDSCentre de Recherches et de Documentation du Sénégal (Research and Documentation Center of Senegal)
CRDSControl Rod Drive System (nuclear power)
CRDSChemical Reactions Documentation Service
CRDSCustomer Requirements Data Set
CRDSCalligraphic/Raster Display System (NASA)
CRDSComponent Repair Data Sheet
CRDSCertified Remedial Damp-Proofing Surveyor
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The CM-CRDS system basically consists of an elemental analyzer combustion module to produce a gaseous sample from the solid sample, an interface for collection and transfer of the gaseous combustion product and a CRDS analysis chamber.
Although CRDS has only been commercialized for testing gaseous samples, and has shown limitations when used on other substances, there has been interest in applying the technique to liquid chromatography, replacing UV-vis absorption detectors.
Despite having impressed many with its great sensitivity, CRDS found commercial success more elusive until the development of continuous wave lasers.
Picarro (formerly Informed Diagnostics), which announced its first product--a cyan laser--last summer, told Opto & Laser Europe earlier this month that it was planning to release a field-deployable CRDS sensor in 2005, a product that emerged, in part, from a research project conducted with the EPA in 2000.
The measurement is absolute and requires no calibration, unlike comparable products not based on CRDS.
Competitor Informed Diagnostics is also developing commercial CRDS instruments, but is concentrating on medical applications.
CRDS is an absolute technique, derived directly from Beer-Lambert law.
Tiger Optics CRDS analyzers are in use at over 400 points around the world, many in spec gases.
The company is a leader in cavity ring-down spectroscopy (CRDS) technology with eight exclusive licenses to Stanford University patents and nine of its own on CRDS extensions.
Recent developments in the field, and key applications, for example, spectroscopic studies of transient molecules, monitoring trace amounts of atmospheric species, analysis of exhaled breath in clinical diagnostics, and CRDS under extreme conditions.
Designed as both an introductory text and a reference source, this book is relevant for scientists unfamiliar with CRDS who are interested in using the technique in their research, as well as experienced users.
The company is a leader in cavity ring down spectroscopy (CRDS) technology with eight exclusive licenses to Stanford University patents and nine of its own on CRDS extensions.