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Resonance-enhanced laser-induced plasma spectroscopy: time-resolved studies and ambient gas effects

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The dynamics of resonance-enhanced LIBS plasmas in various ambient gases was investigated by time-resolved studies. Results suggest that a larger plume volume was heated in the resonance case. Together with the right ambient gas, the plasma temperature could be sustained to enhance the analyte signal.

© 2002 Optical Society of America

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