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Development of a remote Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy setup for analyzing of cultural heritage objects

Originální název

Development of a remote Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy setup for analyzing of cultural heritage objects

Anglický název

Development of a remote Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy setup for analyzing of cultural heritage objects

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

If the investigated object cannot be transported to the laboratory or even canot be reached by an optical-fibre LIBS system, an open-field remote LIBS setup could be used. Objects like paintings, pottery, sculptures and all metal, glass or stone artefacts and historical buildings can be studied. This work describes the development and some preliminary results obtained by an open-field remote LIBS system in the following setup: Solar LQ-916 NdYAG pulsed laser as the source for creating the luminous micro plasma, Galilean type focusing optics to expand and focus the laser beam, Newtonian telescope as the collecting optics and monochromator Lot Oriel 260i with ICCD Andor Istar 734 camera.

Anglický abstrakt

If the investigated object cannot be transported to the laboratory or even canot be reached by an optical-fibre LIBS system, an open-field remote LIBS setup could be used. Objects like paintings, pottery, sculptures and all metal, glass or stone artefacts and historical buildings can be studied. This work describes the development and some preliminary results obtained by an open-field remote LIBS system in the following setup: Solar LQ-916 NdYAG pulsed laser as the source for creating the luminous micro plasma, Galilean type focusing optics to expand and focus the laser beam, Newtonian telescope as the collecting optics and monochromator Lot Oriel 260i with ICCD Andor Istar 734 camera.

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@misc{BUT32916,
  author="Jan {Novotný} and Jozef {Kaiser} and Radomír {Malina}",
  title="Development of a remote Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy setup for analyzing of cultural heritage objects",
  annote="If the investigated object cannot be transported to the laboratory or even canot be reached by an optical-fibre LIBS system, an open-field remote LIBS setup could be used. Objects like paintings, pottery, sculptures and all metal, glass or stone artefacts and historical buildings can be studied. This work describes the development and some preliminary results obtained by an open-field remote LIBS system in the following setup: Solar LQ-916 NdYAG pulsed laser as the source for creating the luminous micro plasma, Galilean type focusing optics to expand and focus the laser beam, Newtonian telescope as the collecting optics and monochromator Lot Oriel 260i with ICCD Andor Istar 734 camera.

",
  address="BAM Federal Institute of Material Research and Testing",
  booktitle="Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Laser-induced Breakdown Spectroscopy.",
  chapter="32916",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="BAM Federal Institute of Material Research and Testing",
  year="2008",
  month="september",
  pages="72--73",
  publisher="BAM Federal Institute of Material Research and Testing",
  type="abstract"
}