LIBS Info: Element Analysis

Title Authors Material Detector Spectrometer Software
Comparison of two laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy techniques for total carbon measurement in soils M.V. Belkov, V.S. Burakov, A. De Giacomo, V.V. Kiris, S.N. Raikov, N.V. Tarasenko Soil ICCD Czerny-Turner (Unspecified)
Laser: Nd:YAG
1064.0000nm
50.0000mJ
10.000Hz
Gate Delay: Noneus
Gate Width: Noneus
In this paper, the authors compare the performance of Double Pulse LIBS to a technique they have call Combined Pulsed Plasma (CPP) for the determination of C in soils. In CPP, a capacitor is positioned so that it discharges through the LIBS plasma. This gives additional energy to the plasma, resulting in a longer lifetime and more intense emission peaks. Analysis was made of soil samples collected from the field (and the Central Botanical Gardens of Belarus!) which were pressed into pellets.
Element Detection Limit (ppm) Wavelength (nm) Other Wavelengths (nm) Calibration Method Calibration Range (ppm) Notes


Element RMSE (ppm) Wavelength (nm) Calibration Method Notes
C 4000.4545 ppm 833.5200 Univariate Calibration Uses CPP (ie. capacitor spark assisted) LIBS Uses CPP (ie. capacitor spark assisted) LIBS. Data estimated from Fig 5. in paper. Uses CPP (ie. capacitor spark assisted) LIBS