Laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS) is a recent development in atomic emission spectroscopy, in which a high powered pulsed laser is used as the excitation source. We have looked at the problem of determining the design parameters for a LIBS elemental analysis system for iron ore. The features of UBS which make it particularly suited to this rote are

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