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Spatial characterization of laser-induced plasmas by deconvolution of spatially resolved spectra

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A numerical procedure has been developed to deconvolute the lateral integrated spectra of a laser-induced plasma. Three-dimensional distributions of emissivity, temperature, electron density and relative atom density have been obtained for an iron plasma.

© 2002 Optical Society of America

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