The lowdown on LIBS: expanding capabilities with compact, air cooled lasers

The lowdown on LIBS: expanding capabilities with compact, air cooled lasers

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Laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS) is an atomic emission spectroscopy technique that uses a short laser pulse to create a micro-plasma on a sample surface. It is used for the rapid chemical analysis of materials in a host of industrial applications. This white paper introduces a very compact, air-cooled, pulsed laser and demonstrates how it can be effectively used in conventional LIBS experimental set-ups for identifying metals.

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