Laser ablation of carbon at the threshold of plasma formation
The ionization of laser-ablated vapours with lasers producing ns duration pulses at various wavelengths has been studied in order to understand the mechanisms of the vapour– plasma transition. It has been established that there are several regimes characterizing the laser–target interaction which depend on laser intensity, wavelength, and pulse duration. The range of laser intensities for optimal laser evaporation is determined by the condition of transparent vapours. The...[Show more]
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