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Time-resolved study of the plasma-plume emission during the nanosecond ablation of lithium fluoride

AuthorsCamacho, J. J.; Díaz Sol, Luis ; Cid, J. P.; Poyato, J. M. L.
KeywordsTime of flight measurement
Lithium fluoride
High-power IR CO2 pulsed laser
Time-resolved optical emission spectroscopy
Laser induced breakdown spectroscopy
Issue Date2013
CitationSpectrochimica Acta - Part B: Atomic Spectroscopy 88: 203-210 (2013)
AbstractThe properties of the plasma-plume accompanying the pulsed laser ablation of lithium fluoride (LiF) atmediumvacuum conditions (4 Pa) were studied by a combination of spatially and temporally resolved optical emission spectroscopy. The laser-induced plasma at CO2 laser intensities ranging from 0.18 to 4.7 GW × cm-2 was found strongly ionized in F+, Li+, F2+, and F3+ species and rich in neutral lithium and fluorine atoms. The temporal behavior of excited Li atoms and ionized excited species F+, Li+, F2+, and F3+ is reported. The results showa faster decay of the continuum emission and Li+, F3+, and F2+ ionic species than in the case of F+ and neutral Li atoms. The velocity distributions of atomic and ionic species are obtained from time-of-flight measurements. Electron density and excitation temperature in the laser-induced plasma were estimated from the analysis of spectral data at various delay times from the CO2 laser pulse incidence. From the intensity decay of Li+, F+, F2+ and F3+ with the delay time, we have estimated the three-body electron-ion recombination rate constants for these species. © 2013 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
Identifiersdoi: 10.1016/j.sab.2013.07.006
issn: 0584-8547
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