Calorimetric and acoustic study of ultraviolet laser ablation of polymers

Gorodetsky, G.; Kazyaka, T. G.; Melcher, R. L.; Srinivasan, R.
May 1985
Applied Physics Letters;5/1/1985, Vol. 46 Issue 9, p828
Academic Journal
Calorimetric and acoustic studies of the mechanism of pulsed laser ablation of a polymer at the wavelengths of 193, 248, and 308 nm are reported. The results are mutually consistent and provide insight into the ablation mechanism.


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