Handbook of Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy by David A. Cremers

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Starting from fundamentals and moving through a thorough discussion of equipment, methods, and techniques, this text provides a unique reference source for this important new analysis method. The authors use a combination of tutorial discussions ranging from basic principles up to more advanced descriptions along with extensive figures and photographs to clearly explain topics addressed in the text. It is intended that the data tables will be located within the Education section of SpectroscopyNOW.com Provides a thorough but understandable discussion of the basic principles, instrumentation, methodology, and sampling procedures of the method based on atomic emission spectroscopy.* Presents a discussion of the many advantages of the method along with limitations, to provide the reader a balanced overview of capabilities of the method* Presents an overview of some real-world applications of the method* Provides an up-to-date list of references to LIBS literature and a unique list of element detection limits using a uniform analysis method

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Professor L.J. Radziemski, Professor Emeritus, Department of Physics, Washington State University Dr. David Cremers, Chemistry Division, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Published June 26, 2006 by Wiley. 302 pages
Genres: Professional & Technical, Science & Math. Non-fiction

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