Resonant laser ablation: Mechanisms and applications
Gill, Chris G.
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We will report on aspects of resonant laser ablation (RLA) behavior for a number of sample types: metals, alloys, thin films, zeolites and soil. The versatility of RLA is demonstrated, with results on a variety of samples and in several mass spectrometers. In addition, the application to depth profiling of thin films is described; absolute removal rates and detection limits are also displayed. A discussion of possible mechanisms for low-power ablation are presented.
Conference Proceedings: Resonance Ionization Spectroscopy 1996 - Eighth International Symposium. Conference date: June 30 - July 5, 1996. Location: State College, Pennsylvania, USA.