Accumulation of easily ionized atoms around a probe in the laser atomic-ionization spectroscopy of a flame

@article{Matveev1987AccumulationOE,
  title={Accumulation of easily ionized atoms around a probe in the laser atomic-ionization spectroscopy of a flame},
  author={O. I. Matveev},
  journal={Journal of Applied Spectroscopy},
  year={1987},
  volume={47},
  pages={1101-1104}
}
In methods of atomic analysis employing selective laser excitation and ionization of atoms inflames, the analytical signal is recorded at present by two methods: using a probe placed in the flame and passing laser radiation directly around the probe [1-3]; and by means of more massive, usually plane, electrodes that are removed from the zone of laser action [4, 5]. The latter method of recording the signal is usually applied when the probe material would produce noise on vaporizing in the flame… CONTINUE READING