Emission Spectroscopy of Carbon Laser Ablation in Methane Atmosphere

Yousfi Houssyen
2020 International Journal of Experimental Spectroscopic Techniques  
Keywords Carbon plasma, Laser-induced plasma, Time of flight analysis and the kinetic properties of species in the plasma. Excitation, de-excitation, ionization, and recombination are among the main processes responsible for the signatures of the atomic and molecular species on the emission spectra [2]. The emission spectroscopy from plasma species is related to the laser ablation (LA) conditions. The LA processes are strongly connected to laser parameters (wavelength, fluence, and pulse duration) and the material properties (physicochemical
doi:10.35840/2631-505x/8526 fatcat:wq26rg3hdfctpes6bmlu7vdjle