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11 October 2005 Recent results of excimer laser ablations and visible laser diagnostics applied to nuclear fusion and material sciences
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Two kinds of experiments were performed to observe the ablation characteristics with a pulsed intense UV laser beam. The former was ArF laser ablation experiment to gather data, which were useful for the near future design of the nuclear fusion reactor chambers. The latter was the same laser ablation experiment to get various materials, which were useful in the material sciences including the bio and industrial engineering. Our interests for the uses of this laser beam arise from the modeling of the similar ablation processes for the future applications.
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Koichi Kasuya, Waldemar Mróz, Artur Prokopiuk, and Takayoshi Norimatsu "Recent results of excimer laser ablations and visible laser diagnostics applied to nuclear fusion and material sciences", Proc. SPIE 5958, Lasers and Applications, 59581T (11 October 2005); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.618633
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