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Título : Temperature and Emission Spatial Profiles of Laser-Induced Plasmas during Ablation Using Time-Integrated Emission Spectroscopy
Autor : MAO, XIANGLEI L.
SHANNON, MARK A.
Fernández, Alberto
RUSSO, RICHARD E.
Palabras clave : Laser ablation
Laser-induced plasmas
Temperature
Boltzmann distribution
Atomic emission spectroscopy
Shock wave
Fecha de publicación : 27-Mar-1995
Editorial : APPLIED SPECTROSCOPY
Citación : Vol. 49;7
Resumen : Emission spectra and excitation temperature spatial profiles, within la¬ser-induced plasmas from solid copper targets, are characterized as a function of laser power density with the use of time-integrated emission spectroscopy. This research shows how the measured axial spatial emis¬sion intensity of the expanding plasma can be influenced by the time integration. The excitation temperatures calculated from these inte¬grated emission-line intensities may not coincide with the actual tem¬perature spatial profile. Transient plasma dynamics during time-inte¬grated intensity measurements can influence both the excitation tem¬perature and the atomic number density of the emitting species. As a demonstration of the influence of fluid dynamics on time-integrated emis¬sion measurements, a shock-wave model was used as an example to show how the spatial emission intensity profile of a laser-induced plasma can be affected by transient expansion. Even for time-resolved emission mea¬surements, the high velocity of a laser-induced plasma can influence spatial intensity data close to the target surface. The ability to accurately measure spatial emission intensity and temperature behavior is shown to be related to the integration time vs. plasma expansion velocity.
URI : http://saber.ucv.ve/jspui/handle/123456789/3892
ISSN : 0003-7028
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