Laser induced breakdown spectroscopy for multielement analysis of powdered materials used in additive technologies

  title={Laser induced breakdown spectroscopy for multielement analysis of powdered materials used in additive technologies},
  author={Vasily N. Lednev and Pavel A. Sdvizhenskii and Mikhail Ya. Grishin and Makhmudzhon Adhamovich Davidov and Anton Ya. Stavertiy and R. S. Tretyakov and M. V. Taksanc and Sergey M. Pershin},
  journal={Spectroscopy Letters},
  pages={184 - 190}
ABSTRACT Additive manufacturing technologies utilizing metal parts production with layer by layer printing are of high demand for different fields of science and technology. Analytical chemistry is challenged to provide multielemental quantitative analysis of any metal powders within a few minutes and onsite to fulfil the requirements for high quality metal parts production. Powder materials utilized in additive technologies were quantitatively analyzed by laser induced breakdown spectroscopy… 
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