NIR spectroscopy for personal screening

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Saleem, Aamer;
  • Subject: QD

This work presents investigations into the use of the near-infrared (NIR) signals to\ud interrogate, detect and image specific chemical compounds of interest in a security\ud screening application, including when such compounds are hidden behind single layers\ud of clot... View more
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