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Three dimensional multielemental mapping of composite wear resistant by laser induced breakdown spectroscopy has been demonstrated for the first time. Individual clads of 1560 nickel alloy reinforced with tungsten carbide were synthesized by co-axial laser cladding technique. Electron energy X-ray dispersive spectroscopy revealed elemental maps for major elements (W, Ni, Co, Cr, Fe, Si) but failed to measure carbon. Laser induced breakdown spectroscopy was utilized for elemental mapping ofdoi:10.1088/1742-6596/1109/1/012066 fatcat:h2kq55usrzczzhdopgt3ni6i4e