Comparative studies of long-wave laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy emissions excited at 1.064 µm and eye-safe 1.574 µm.

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In this work, comparative long-wave infrared (LWIR) laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS) emission studies of two excitation sources: conventional 1.064 μm and eye-safe laser wavelength at 1.574 μm were performed to analyze several widely-used inorganic energetic materials such as ammonium and potassium compounds as well as the organic liquid chemical… (More)
DOI: 10.1364/OE.25.007238

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@article{Brown2017ComparativeSO, title={Comparative studies of long-wave laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy emissions excited at 1.064 µm and eye-safe 1.574 µm.}, author={Ei Ei Brown and Clayton S-C Yang and Uwe H Hommerich and Feng Jin and Sudhir Trivedi and Alan C. Samuels}, journal={Optics express}, year={2017}, volume={25 7}, pages={7238-7250} }