Evaluation of laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy quantitative sensing performance using a micro-droplet ejection system

Satoshi Ikezawa, Muneaki Wakamatsu, Joanna Pawlat, Toshitsugu Ueda

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    Abstract

    A new and reliable evaluating method for a laser induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS) quantitative measurement using a micro-droplet sample ejection system is introduced. LIBS has been investigated extensively to establish proper chemical analysis of specimens. There is an indefinable boundary which is ablated or not when laser focusing on the sample. Generating micro-droplets from concentration tuned solution, and leading to the correct beam spot area are important for determining the total amount of media in a droplet. The LIBS measures the sodium chloride concentration of a micro-droplet as a quantitative measurement by recording intensity from the sample plasma. As a result, LIBS with the micro-drop ejection system produced greater intensities than the old technique of bulk-liquid measurement based on data from 100 laser pulse shots.

    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationProceedings of IEEE Sensors
    Pages407-410
    Number of pages4
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 2007
    Event6th IEEE Conference on SENSORS, IEEE SENSORS 2007 - Atlanta, GA
    Duration: 2007 Oct 282007 Oct 31

    Other

    Other6th IEEE Conference on SENSORS, IEEE SENSORS 2007
    CityAtlanta, GA
    Period07/10/2807/10/31

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    Laser induced breakdown spectroscopy
    Sodium chloride
    Laser pulses
    Plasmas
    Lasers
    Liquids
    Chemical analysis

    ASJC Scopus subject areas

    • Engineering (miscellaneous)
    • Electrical and Electronic Engineering

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    Ikezawa, S., Wakamatsu, M., Pawlat, J., & Ueda, T. (2007). Evaluation of laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy quantitative sensing performance using a micro-droplet ejection system. In Proceedings of IEEE Sensors (pp. 407-410). [4388422] https://doi.org/10.1109/ICSENS.2007.4388422

    Evaluation of laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy quantitative sensing performance using a micro-droplet ejection system. / Ikezawa, Satoshi; Wakamatsu, Muneaki; Pawlat, Joanna; Ueda, Toshitsugu.

    Proceedings of IEEE Sensors. 2007. p. 407-410 4388422.

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

    Ikezawa, S, Wakamatsu, M, Pawlat, J & Ueda, T 2007, Evaluation of laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy quantitative sensing performance using a micro-droplet ejection system. in Proceedings of IEEE Sensors., 4388422, pp. 407-410, 6th IEEE Conference on SENSORS, IEEE SENSORS 2007, Atlanta, GA, 07/10/28. https://doi.org/10.1109/ICSENS.2007.4388422
    Ikezawa, Satoshi ; Wakamatsu, Muneaki ; Pawlat, Joanna ; Ueda, Toshitsugu. / Evaluation of laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy quantitative sensing performance using a micro-droplet ejection system. Proceedings of IEEE Sensors. 2007. pp. 407-410
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