LIBS Info: Element Analysis

Detector: Paschen-Runge Spectrometer
The authors do not specify a particular brand, but this type of spectrometer is best suited to having individual photomultipliers at slits to detect individual elements. This has the advantage that each detector can be tailored to the element, but adding detection for a new element involves physically cutting a slit and wiring in a new detector. Paschen-Runge Spectrometer image
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Title Authors Material Detector/Spectrometer/Software Source
Chlorine detection in cement with laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy in the infrared and ultraviolet spectral range Christoph Dominic Gehlen, Eugen Wiens, Reinhard Noll, G. Wilsch, Kenji Reichling Concrete or Cement Photomultiplier/Paschen-Runge Spectrometer/ Link
Liquid steel analysis with laser-induced breakdown spectrometry in the vacuum ultraviolet Laszlo Peter, Volker Storm, Reinhard Noll Steel Photomultiplier/Paschen-Runge Spectrometer/ Link
On-line detection of heavy metals and brominated flame retardants in technical polymers with laser-induced breakdown spectrometry Michael Stepputat, Reinhard Noll Plastic Photomultiplier/Paschen-Runge Spectrometer/ Link
Bulk analysis of steel samples with surface scale layers by enhanced laser ablation and LIBS analysis of C, P, S, Al, Cr, Cu, Mn and Mo Volker Storm, Jens Vrenegor, Reinhard Noll, Michel Hemmerlin Steel Photomultiplier/Paschen-Runge Spectrometer/ Link
Investigation of matrix effects in laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy plasmas of high-alloy steel for matrix and minor elements Jens Vrenegor, Reinhard Noll, Volker Storm Steel Photomultiplier/Paschen-Runge Spectrometer/ Link
Fast vacuum slag analysis in a steel works by laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy Volker Storm, H.-U Schmitz, T. Reuter, Rudiger Fleige, Reinhard Noll Slag Photomultiplier/Paschen-Runge Spectrometer/ Link

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