Interferometric spectral imaging of liquid in laser ablation

Hirai, Akiko; Tsuboi, Yasuyuki; Itoh, Kazuyoshi; Ichioka, Yoshiki
September 1996
Review of Scientific Instruments;Sep96, Vol. 67 Issue 9, p3222
Academic Journal
Reports on the first experiment of time-resolved imaging of liquid in laser ablation. Construction of an interferometric spectral imaging system dedicated to the measurements of the laser ablation; Formation of a pair of two-dimensional arrays of images; Investigation of the mechanism of ablation of phenanthrene/ethanol solution.


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