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Development of a table-top LIBS experimental setup for spectrochemical analysis with high spatial resolution

Originální název

Development of a table-top LIBS experimental setup for spectrochemical analysis with high spatial resolution

Anglický název

Development of a table-top LIBS experimental setup for spectrochemical analysis with high spatial resolution

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en

Originální abstrakt

Here we present the development of a table-top LIBS experimental setup, capable of automatized 2D large-area (cm x cm)surface analysis with high spatial resolution (~100 um)of virtually any solid sample. One of the advantages of this setup is the possibility to analyse samples with rough or rugged surface. The sample are placed to a stage with a high precision (2 um) x, y, z movements. Using advanced image processing algorithms for evaluating the image sharpness the sample is positioned to the focal plane of the focusing optics for the laser. The focusing algorihm can be called for each nth ablation crater.

Anglický abstrakt

Here we present the development of a table-top LIBS experimental setup, capable of automatized 2D large-area (cm x cm)surface analysis with high spatial resolution (~100 um)of virtually any solid sample. One of the advantages of this setup is the possibility to analyse samples with rough or rugged surface. The sample are placed to a stage with a high precision (2 um) x, y, z movements. Using advanced image processing algorithms for evaluating the image sharpness the sample is positioned to the focal plane of the focusing optics for the laser. The focusing algorihm can be called for each nth ablation crater.

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BibTex


@misc{BUT27114,
  author="Jan {Novotný} and Jozef {Kaiser} and Radomír {Malina} and Michaela {Vašinová Galiová}",
  title="Development of a table-top LIBS experimental setup for spectrochemical analysis with high spatial resolution",
  annote="Here we present the development of a table-top LIBS experimental setup, capable of automatized 2D large-area (cm x cm)surface analysis with high spatial resolution (~100 um)of virtually any solid sample. One of the advantages of this setup is the possibility to analyse samples with rough or rugged surface. The sample are placed to a stage with a high precision (2 um) x, y, z movements. Using advanced image processing algorithms for evaluating the image sharpness the sample is positioned to the focal plane of the focusing optics for the laser. The focusing algorihm can be called for each nth ablation crater.


",
  address="Centre for Geobiology at University of Bergen",
  booktitle="9th European Workshop on Laser Ablation in Elemental and Isotopic Analysis",
  chapter="27114",
  institution="Centre for Geobiology at University of Bergen",
  year="2008",
  month="july",
  pages="120--120",
  publisher="Centre for Geobiology at University of Bergen",
  type="abstract"
}