Cluster formation through the action of a single picosecond laser pulse
We demonstrate experimentally and describe theoretically the formation of carbon nanoclusters created by single picosecond laser pulses. We show that the average size of a nanocluster is determined exclusively by single laser pulse parameters and is independent of the gas fill (He, Ar, Kr, Xe) and pressure in a range from 20mTorr to 200 Torr. Simple kinetic theory allows estimates to be made of the cluster size, which are in qualitative agreement with the experimental data. We conclude that the...[Show more]
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