La spectroscopie d'émission optique sur plasma induit par laser (LIBS)

Vincent Detalle, Quentin Glorieux, Romain Bruder, Daniel L'Hermite & Alexandre Semerok
Laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS) is a relatively new technique in the field of cultural heritage since it has been first proposed in 1997. Based on the action of a pulsed laser which vaporises the material to analyse and induces plasma, it provides the atomic elementary composition of the sample, by spectrally analyzing the light coming from this plasma. As this technique is non-contact, rapid, and detects all the atomic elements, on every kind of materials...
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