Pressure sensitive osmium luminophors used in novel set of PSPs.
SEM image of osmium-doped, porous silicon dioxide microspheres.
Schematic of the shock tube facility constructed at the University of Washington.
diagram of the theoretical shockwave behavior within the shock tube. Initial driven and driver pressures are 68.5 and , respectively. Samples are located from the diaphragm. Initial time, corresponds to the moment of diaphragm bursting.
Comparison of the theoretical model to pressure measurements from the pressure transducer and a 1%, 1:83 PtTFPP:MAX on TLC PSP.
A priori and in situ calibration curves of 1%, 1:83 PtTFPP:MAX on TLC. Stern–Volmer parameters of and 0.33 and and 0.66, respectively, were obtained from linear fits.
Response times of various platinum-based PSPs to the passing shockwave.
Response of Os-based PSPs to the passing shockwave.
Response of PSBeads (PtOEP in a polystyrene microsphere).
Response of osmium-based silicon dioxide microspheres to the passing shockwave.
A priori and in situ Stern–Volmer parameters of various platinum-based PSPs, where represents the intercept and represents the slope (and thus sensitivity of the PSP) of a linear best fit.
and 90% rise times of various platinum-based PSPs.
and 90% rise times of Os-based PSPs.
A priori and in situ Stern–Volmer parameters of various osmium-based PSPs.
A priori and in situ Stern–Volmer parameters of PSBeads.
and 90% rise times of osmium-based silicon dioxide microspheres.
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