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|Title:||Flow seeding with elemental metal species via an optical method|
|Citation:||Applied Physics B-Lasers and Optics, 2012; 107(3):665-668|
|P.R. Medwell, Q.N. Chan, B.B. Dally, Z.T. Alwahabi, S. Mahmoud, G.F. Metha and G.J. Nathan|
|Abstract:||A new optical method to seed a flow with elemental metal species is described and demonstrated using laser ablation. The unique ablation seeding approach is shown to generate free gas-phase metals in their atomic form, without the need for a spray or solvent. The technique can be used in both reactive and non-reactive environments, which solves a problem that has hitherto plagued the seeding of many flows. The ablative seeding approach has the potential to become a standard tool for chemical seeding, with a diverse range of application from flow tracing to atomic absorption spectroscopy (AAS).|
|Rights:||© Springer, Part of Springer Science+Business Media|
|Appears in Collections:||Mechanical Engineering publications|
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