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plications. But with a small grant from the Department of Energy, and subsequent grants from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Laurendeau showed that he could measure pollutants in flames in partial vacuum, at atmospheric conditions, at high pressures, and, most recently, in spray flames.

"When we first started, industry didn't put much stock in the idea of using lasers to find the concentrations of pollutants in flames," Laurendeau says. "I wasn't sure when we started doing spray flames that we could get any quantitative results we surprised ourselves."

Laurendeau's research currently is funded by NASA, General Electric and other industrial sponsors.

Sources: Normand Laurendeau, 765-494-2713
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Clay Cooper, 765-494-5851
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Writer: Amanda Siegfried, 765-494-4709

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Normand Laurendeau: http://widget.ecn.purdue.edu/%7elaurende/ Clayton Cooper: http://widget.ecn.purdue.edu/%7eccooper/index.html Flame Diagnostics Laboratory: http://widget.ecn.purdue.edu/~flames/

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