5 October 2017 Standoff spectroscopic interrogation of samples irradiated by high energy lasers
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We report on a novel method that shows the potential to provide real-time, standoff forensic analysis of samples being irradiated by a high energy laser (HEL). The interaction of the HEL beam with matter produces specific optical signatures that can be detected from the location of the HEL system. A spectroscopic analysis of these signals can then provide useful information to the operator including the impact the laser has on the sample as well as providing data about the its structure and composition.
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Jean-François Daigle, Jean-François Daigle, Dominik Pudo, Dominik Pudo, Francis Théberge, Francis Théberge, } "Standoff spectroscopic interrogation of samples irradiated by high energy lasers", Proc. SPIE 10436, High-Power Lasers: Technology and Systems, Platforms, and Effects, 104360G (5 October 2017); doi: 10.1117/12.2277961; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2277961
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