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9 July 2013Experimental simulation of radioactive decontamination with Excimer laser
Laser ablation is a powerful tool to clean the radioactively contaminated surface in nuclear industry. A prototype was set
up to test the decontamination of the radioactively contaminated surface using simulated sample. A laser induced
breakdown spectroscopy was used to monitor the progress of the contaminated surface layer removal. More than 80% of
the contamination was removed after 100 shots KrF laser irradiation with the intensity of 1J/cm2.
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Zhixing Gao, Xiuzhang Tang, Meihua Ma, Zhentao Zhang, "Experimental simulation of radioactive decontamination with Excimer laser," Proc. SPIE 8786, Pacific Rim Laser Damage 2013: Optical Materials for High Power Lasers, 87861U (9 July 2013);