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Abstract

The curve-of-growth method was applied to a laser-induced plasma. The plasma was produced by a Nd: YAG laser on the surface of steel samples containing 0.007-1.3% of Cr. The emission was collected from the top of a plasma by means of a 45 degree pierced mirror and aligned onto an intensified charge-coupled device with a gate width of 1 us and a variable delay time. The potential of the COG method for laser breakdown spectroscopy is discussed.

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Authors: GORNUSHKIN I B< ANZANO J M, Department of Chemistry, University of Florida (US);KING L A, Department of Chemistry, University of Florida (US);SMITH B W< OMENETTO N, Department of Chemistry, University of Florida (US);WINEFORDNER J D, Department of Chemistry, University of Florida (US)
Bibliographic Reference: Article: Curve Growth Methodology Applied to Laser-Induced Plasma Emission Spectroscopy (1999)
Record Number: 199911227 / Last updated on: 1999-08-27
Category: PUBLICATION
Original language: en
Available languages: en