Ablation of metals with picosecond laser pulses: Evidence of long-lived non-equilibrium surface states
Experiments on laser ablation of metals in air, in vacuum, and in similar irradiation conditions, revealed that the ablation thresholds in air are up to three times lower than those measured in vacuum. Our analysis shows that this difference is caused by
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