レーザープラズマ軟X線吸収分光を用いたアブレーション粒子の時間分解測定 Time Resolved Measurement of Laser-Ablated Particles by LAPXAS (Laser Plasma Soft X-ray Absorption Spectroscopy
The time-and spatially-resolved properties of laser ablated carbon, boron and silicon particles were measured by LAPXAS (Laser Plasma Soft X-ray Absorption Spectroscopy). The maximum speed of positively charged ions is higher than those of neutral atoms and negatively charged ions. The spatial distributions of the laser-ablated particles in the localized rare gas environment were measured. In helium gas environment, by the helium cloud generated on the top of ablation plume depressed the ablation plume. There is no formation of silicon clusters till 15μs after laser ablation in the argon gas environment.
表面科学 20(3), 180-185, 1999-03-10
The Surface Science Society of Japan