LIBS Info: Element Analysis

Detector: ESA 3000
From the Manufacturer's Website: The Echelle spectrometer / Echelle spectrograph ESA 4000 is a compact device based on an ICCD camera for UV/VIS measurements. The device can be coupled with different radiation sources (e.g. lasers) for atomic spectroscopy applications. A spectral resolution in the pm range is achieved within the spectral range from 190 nm to 780 nm. The ESA 4000 is the successor of the Echelle spectrograph ESA 3000, exhibiting an updated electronic unit and a new purpose-designed camera board. Discontinued ESA 3000 image
Manufacturer: LLA Instruments GmbH
Title Authors Material Detector/Spectrometer/Software Source
Evaluation of laser induced breakdown spectroscopy for cadmium determination in soils Dário Santos Júnior, Lidiane Cristina Nunes, Lilian Cristina Trevizan, Quienly Godoi, Flavio O. Leme, Jez William B. Braga, Francisco José Krug Soil Kodak KAF 1001/ESA 3000/ Link
Determination of silicon in plant materials by laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy Paulino Florêncio de Souza, Dário Santos Júnior, Gabriel Gustinelli Arantes de Carvalho, Lidiane Cristina Nunes, Marcos da Silva Gomes, Marcelo Braga Bueno Guerra, Francisco José Krug Plants Not Known/ESA 3000/ Link
Analysis of heavy metal aerosols on filters by laser-induced plasma spectroscopy U. Panne , R.E. Neuhauser, M. Theisen, H. Fink, R. Niessner Aerosol ESA 3000/ESA 3000/ Link
Analysis of recycled thermoplasts from consumer electronics by laser-induced plasma spectroscopy H. Fink, U. Panne , R. Niessner Plastic ESA 3000/ESA 3000/ Link
Analysis of laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy of complex solids, liquids and powders with an echelle spectrometer Pascal Fichet, Denis Menut, Rene Brennetot, Evelyne Vors, Annie Rivoallan Liquids ESA 3000/ESA 3000/ Link
Evaluation of a compact spectrograph for in-situ and stand-off Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy analyses of geological samples on Mars missions Beatrice Salle, David A. Cremers, Sylvestre Maurice, Roger C. Wiens, Pascal Fichet Soil Kodak KAF 1001/ESA 3000/ Link
Analysis of small droplets with a new detector for liquid chromatography based on laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy Christoph Janzen, Rudiger Fleige, Reinhard Noll, Heinrich Schwenke, Wilhelm Lahmann, Joachim Knoth, Peter Beaven, Eckard Jantzen, Andreas Oest, Peter Koke Liquids ESA 3000/ESA 3000/ Link
Comparative study of two new commercial echelle spectrometers equipped with intensified CCD for analysis of laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy M. Sabsabi, Vincent Detalle, M.A. Harith, Walid Tawfik Y. Mohamed , Hisham Imam Aluminium Alloy ESA 3000/ESA 3000/ Link
Multi-elemental analysis of solidified mineral melt samples by Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy coupled with a linear multivariate calibration Stephane Laville, M. Sabsabi, Francois R. Doucet Glass Kodak KAF 1001/ESA 3000/ Link
Analysis of plutonium oxide surrogate residue using laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy Hongbo Zheng, Fang Y. Yueh, Tracy Miller, Jagdish P. Singh, Kristine E. Zeigler, James C. Marra, Awadhesh K. Rai Nuclear Kodak KAF 1001/ESA 3000/ Link
Preliminary studies of laser-induced breakdown spectrometry for the determination of Ba, Cd, Cr and Pb in toys Quienly Godoi, Dário Santos Júnior, Lidiane Cristina Nunes, Flavio O. Leme, Iolanda Aparecida Rufini, Jose A.M. Agnelli, Lilian Cristina Trevizan, Francisco José Krug Plastic Kodak KAF 1001/ESA 3000/MATLAB Link
Evaluation of laser induced breakdown spectroscopy for the determination of micronutrients in plant materials Lilian Cristina Trevizan, Dário Santos Júnior, Ricardo Elgul Samad, Nilson Dias Viera Jr., Lidiane Cristina Nunes, Iolanda Aparecida Rufini, Francisco José Krug Plants ESA 3000/ESA 3000/ Link
Quantitative determination of uranium and europium in glass matrix by laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy K. Song, J.W. Yeon, J.G. Kim, J-I Yun, D.H. Lee, E.C. Jung Glass ICCD/ESA 3000/ Link

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