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Fiber Optic Modular Spectroscopy and Its Application to LIBS

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Abstract

The application of miniature fiber optic modular spectroscopy to LIBS allows for great flexibility in data retrieval. A spectrometer with 200 nm to 980 nm range and 0.1 nm resolution observing only one laser event has been commercialized.

© 2002 Optical Society of America

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