Influence of ns-laser wavelength in laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy for discrimination of painting techniques

  title={Influence of ns-laser wavelength in laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy for discrimination of painting techniques},
  author={Xueshi Bai and D. Syvilay and Nicolas Wilkie-Chancellier and A. Texier and Loic Martinez and St{\'e}phane Serfaty and Dominique Martos-Levif and Vincent Detalle},
  journal={Spectrochimica Acta Part B: Atomic Spectroscopy},
Influence of laser wavelength and laser energy on depth profiling of easel painting samples
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Laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy in cultural heritage science
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