Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS) analysis is now being adopted as an attractive technique in a wide range of industrial applications: from sorting recycled metals to identifying future mining areas. In this white paper, we introduce a very compact, air-cooled, pulsed laser and show it can be used successfully in conventional LIBS experimental set-ups for identifying metals.
- How a laser with 0.5 mJ pulse energy provides strong LIBS signals of metal samples
- About compact, air-cooled, pulsed lasers for conventional LIBS experimental set-ups
Who Should Read this Whitepaper:
- Researchers and engineers who are working with LIBS. Especially those who are interested in compact laser systems and compact LIBS systems.