1 edition of Laser-Induced Processes in Molecules found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Karl Ludwig Kompa, Stanley Desmond Smith|
|Series||Springer Series in Chemical Physics -- 6, Springer series in chemical physics -- 6.|
|Contributions||Smith, S. D. (Stanley Desmond)|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[electronic resource] :|
|ISBN 10||3642672566, 364267254X|
|ISBN 10||9783642672569, 9783642672545|
Laser Processing and Chemistry gives an overview of the fundamentals and applications of laser-matter interactions, in particular with regard to laser material processing. Special attention is given to laser-induced physical and chemical processes at gas-solid, liquid-solid, and solid-solid interfaces. Starting with the background physics, the book proceeds to examine applications of laser 5/5(1). Laser-induced fluorescence of moleculesl,2 is a recent development which gives promise not only of permit ting detailed spectroscopic studies of molecular struc ture, but also of serving as an excellent means of preparing a significant number of molecules in a .
Molecular Technologies to host the 12th International Conference Processes in Isotopes and Molecules (PIM). The PIM conference, which started in as a local event, is now an international conference organized every two years by our Institute in Cluj-Napoca, the capital city of Transylvania, Romania. dynamics. These lidars are based on the scattering processes (including elastic and inelastic scattering, absorption, and resonance ﬂuorescence) from gas phase atoms and molecules as well as aerosols and clouds. q Besides atmosphere, our environment includes many other things, likeFile Size: 7MB.
Preface About the book About the authors Acknowledgements Chapter 1?Introduction Basic concepts in laser chemistry Organization of the book Part 1?Principles of lasers and laser systems Chapter 2?Atoms and molecules, and their interaction with light waves Quantum states, energy levels and wave functions Dipole transitions and transition probabilities Einstein coefficients. Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy. by. Springer Series in Optical Sciences (Book ) Thanks for Sharing! You submitted the following rating and review. We'll publish them on Brand: Springer Berlin Heidelberg.
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Laser-Induced Processes in Molecules Physics and Chemistry Proceedings of the European Physical Society, Divisional Conference at Heriot-Watt University Edinburgh, Scotland, September 20–22, Editors: Kompa, K. L., Smith, S. (Eds.) Free Preview. Laser-Induced Processes in Molecules Physics and Chemistry Proceedings of the European Physical Society, Divisional Conference at Heriot-Watt University Edinburgh, Scotland, September 20–22, Get this from a library.
Laser-induced processes in molecules: physics and chemistry: proceedings of the European Physical Society divisional conference at Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, Scotland, September[K L Kompa; S D Smith; European Physical Society.].
Lau A.M.F. () Laser-Induced Predissociation of Diatomic and Polyatomic Molecules by the Photo-Catalytic Effect. In: Kompa K.L., Smith S.D. (eds) Laser-Induced Processes in Molecules. Springer Series in Chemical Physics, vol by: 1.
Laser-Induced Chemical Processes Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. Edition foremost among which is that of multiple-photon excitation and dissociation of polyatomic molecules. This research area has received the greatest attention thus far and forms the focus of the present by: Get this from a library.
Laser-Induced Processes in Molecules: Physics and Chemistry Proceedings of the European Physical Society, Divisional Conference at Heriot-Watt University Edinburgh, Scotland, September[Karl Ludwig Kompa; S D Smith] -- This conference on both the physics and chemistry of laser-induced processes in molecules was organized by the Quantum Electronics.
International Journal of Mass Spectrometry and Ion Processes, () Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., Amsterdam Laser-induced dissociation, ionization and fragmentation processes in nitroaromatic molecules A.
Marshall, A. Clark, R. Jennings, K.W.D. Ledingham, J. Sander and R.P. Singhal Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Glasgow, Glasgow GI2 8QQ (UK) (First Cited by: Planar laser-induced fluorescence (PLIF) is a highly sensitive and space-time-resolved laser diagnostic technique.
It is widely used in the diagnosis of combustion and flow fields to obtain the thermodynamic information of active components and interested molecules in flames. Nowadays, the PLIF technology is developing in two directions: high speed and : Zhen Yang, Xin Yu, Jiangbo Peng, Jianlong Zhang.
So far, surface-hopping dynamics has been extensively employed to explain ultrafast processes in organic molecules [,], but its usage for transition metal complexes, e.g. [Ru(bpy) 3. The possibility of initiating chemical reactions by high-intensity laser exci tation has captured the imagination of chemists and physicists as well as of industrial scientists and the scientifically informed public in general ever since the laser first became available.
Initially, great hopesBrand: Springer US. There are two main processes that can initiate ion-ization of atomic and molecular species in laser-induced breakdown.
The ﬁrst is the direct ionization of the sample by multiphoton ionization (MPI), and the second is the inverse bremsstrahlung (IB) absorption processes. In MPI, atoms or molecules undergo simultaneous ab-File Size: 2MB. Processes8, AMA Style Hou F, Li S, Wang Y, Huang X.
Laser-Induced Ignition and Combustion of Individual Aluminum Particles Below 10 μm by Microscopic High-Speed : Fengting Hou, Shengji Li, Yue Wang, Xuefeng Huang. Biofilms are a ubiquitous form of life for microorganisms.
Photosynthetic biofilms such as microphytobenthos (MPB) and biological soil crusts (BSC) play a relevant ecological role in aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems, respectively. On the other hand, photosynthetic epilithic biofilms (PEB) are major players in the microbial-induced decay of stone structures of cultural heritage.
The use of Author: Jorge Marques da Silva, Andrei Borissovitch Utkin. Laser induced processes in molecular ions Item menu. Print Send Add Share. Description. Standard View; MARC View; Metadata; Usage Statistics.
Laser-Induced Damage of Optical Materials - CRC Press Book The laser power handling capacities of optical systems are determined by the physical properties of their component materials.
At low intensity levels these factors are not important, but an understanding of damage mechanisms is fundamental to good design of laser products operating at. Organized into eight chapters, this volume starts with an overview of a few cases of laser-induced fluorescence studies of biological molecules.
This text then examines the sharp fluorescence spectra of complex molecules in solids that are obtained when a narrow. preventing realistic modeling of laser-induced structural and phase transformations.
Continuum models of laser-materials interactions, on the other hand, are capable of computationally efﬁcient treatment of laser-induced processes at experimental time and length-scales. These models are typically based on theFile Size: 1MB. Quantum dynamical simulations of ultrafast processes of F-2 in an Ar matrix induced by a pump laser pulse show that photoexcitation (i) is followed by (ii) a stretch of the dissociative bond, (iii.
Laser-induced fluorescence (LIF) is a resonant absorption–emission interaction process between irradiated laser photons and atoms or molecules. Due to the resonant character of the excitation process, minor combustion species at very low concentration levels (ppm or sub-ppm) can be probed using single-photon absorption processes, or by tuning Cited by: 1.
Laser-induced fluorescence (LIF) or laser-stimulated fluorescence (LSF) is a spectroscopic method in which an atom or molecule is excited to a higher energy level by the absorption of laser light followed by spontaneous emission of light.
It was first reported by Zare and coworkers in LIF is used for studying structure of molecules, detection of selective species and flow visualization. The laser irradiation have shown a range of applications from fabricating, melting, and evaporating nanoparticles to changing their shape, structure, size, and size distribution.
Laser induced plasma has used for different diagnostic and technological applications as detection, thin film deposition, and elemental identification.
The possible interferences of atomic or molecular species are Cited by: 3.cations, e.g., see recent reviews [69–71]. While some of the laser-induced processes are found to be highly sensitive to the structure and thermodynamic properties of the target material, some other computational predictions appear to be surprisingly simi-lar for systems as different as molecular solids and metals.
In this chapter, we use the.Reviews "The study of LIDT theory, mechanisms, measurement, and amelioration has become a major research topic in the laser community. Laser-Induced Damage of Optical Materials will be an invaluable resource to users of industrial lasers as well as those involved in the design of optical systems where high-laser intensity is a factor.