20 April 2006 Non-linear effects accompanying terawatt laser-pulse in air and their applications
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Proceedings Volume 6158, Lightmetry and Light and Optics in Biomedicine 2004; 61580F (2006) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.675772
Event: Lightmetry and Light and Optics in Biomedicine 2004, 2004, Warsaw, Poland
Abstract
Due to potential of applications, self-trapping of a peak-power laser pulse in a so called filament became an intensively investigated phenomenon. In this paper we demonstrate experimentally advantages of using filaments for the remote laser induced plasma spectroscopy (LIBS). This novel approach can increase effective range of conventional LIBS system up to single kilometers. We also show that Fourier-limited pulse does not optimize LIBS signal, opening the perspective for the pulse shaping techniques in a break-down spectroscopy.
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Kamil Stelmaszczyk, Kamil Stelmaszczyk, Philipp Rohwetter, Philipp Rohwetter, Roland Ackermann, Roland Ackermann, Guillaume Méjean, Guillaume Méjean, Jin Yu, Jin Yu, Estelle Salmon, Estelle Salmon, Jerome Kasparian, Jerome Kasparian, Jean-Pierre Wolf, Jean-Pierre Wolf, Ludger Wöste, Ludger Wöste, } "Non-linear effects accompanying terawatt laser-pulse in air and their applications", Proc. SPIE 6158, Lightmetry and Light and Optics in Biomedicine 2004, 61580F (20 April 2006); doi: 10.1117/12.675772; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.675772
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