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On-line analysis of liquid samples by laser induced plasma spectroscopy (LIPS)

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A LIPS monitor for real-time analysis of aqueous and other liquids has been developed. This system enables the laser to sample a fresh surface while preventing problems associated with the laser liquid interaction. We outline its successful laboratory and on-line industrial operation.

© 2002 Optical Society of America

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