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Physical and chemical identification of manufactured nanoparticles in ambient atmosphere using LIBS technique

Abstract : It has been demonstrated the feasibility of an ambient air on-line characterisation of manufactured nanoparticles combining physical characterisation using dedicated DMA technique and chemical identification with field optimised laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS) technique. Results obtained on demonstrator-based instrument should show detection limit around ng/m(3) in UV-IR nanosecond pulse regime.
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  • INERIS : EN-2006-299

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Tanguy Amodeo, Matthieu Baudelet, Michel Attoui, Olivier Le Bihan, Jin Yu, et al.. Physical and chemical identification of manufactured nanoparticles in ambient atmosphere using LIBS technique. International workshop on photonics and applications (IWPA-2006), Aug 2006, Cantho, Vietnam. ⟨ineris-00970149⟩

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