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Understanding the mechanism of molecular carbon emissions using time-resolved LIBS during online coal characterization

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Abstract

The origin, formation mechanism, and emission persistence time of atomic (C I) and molecular (CN Violet system and C2 Swan system) carbon emissions from coal plasma generated by laser ablation were studied using Time-resolved LIBS.

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