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LIBS detection of nanomaterials for process control and in the workplace

Abstract : Nanostructured materials are expected to lead to the emergence of new products with enhanced functionalities. Their manufacture often requires the use of particles referred to as nano-objects, their aggregates, and their agglomerates. Laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS) was deemed as a potential candidate for the detection of these materials in various contexts. This article discusses examples of the application of LIBS for workplace surveillance and process control of nano-objects.
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Christophe Dutouquet. LIBS detection of nanomaterials for process control and in the workplace. Spectroscopy, 2015, 30 (4), pp.24-33. ⟨ineris-01852967⟩



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