Sensing system for quantitative analysis of metal particles using laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy

Satoshi Ikezawa, Muneaki Wakamatsu, Toshitsugu Ueda

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    Abstract

    This report describes a real-time sensing system for the detection and analysis of fine metal particles using laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS). In conventional particle measurement methods, the scanning mobility particle sizer (SMPS) is widely used to obtain particle size distributions. However, when more details on particles are required, another chemical analysis must be performed separately from the one involving the SMPS. Hence, it is difficult to obtain the size and composition of fine particles in real time by conventional methods. By the proposed LIBS method, it is possible to obtain information on the density of fine particles as well as the chemical components of even ultrafine particles. Metal particles are focused on because the use of metal nanoparticles is expanding with emerging micro- and nanotechnologies. This work describes the use of the LIBS system as a fine metal particle monitoring system in a fabrication process using nanometal materials.

    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationProceedings of IEEE Sensors
    Pages1596-1599
    Number of pages4
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 2011
    Event10th IEEE SENSORS Conference 2011, SENSORS 2011 - Limerick
    Duration: 2011 Oct 282011 Oct 31

    Other

    Other10th IEEE SENSORS Conference 2011, SENSORS 2011
    CityLimerick
    Period11/10/2811/10/31

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    Laser induced breakdown spectroscopy
    Metals
    Chemical analysis
    Scanning
    Metal nanoparticles
    Nanotechnology
    Particle size analysis
    Fabrication
    Monitoring

    ASJC Scopus subject areas

    • Electrical and Electronic Engineering

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    Ikezawa, S., Wakamatsu, M., & Ueda, T. (2011). Sensing system for quantitative analysis of metal particles using laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy. In Proceedings of IEEE Sensors (pp. 1596-1599). [6126920] https://doi.org/10.1109/ICSENS.2011.6126920

    Sensing system for quantitative analysis of metal particles using laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy. / Ikezawa, Satoshi; Wakamatsu, Muneaki; Ueda, Toshitsugu.

    Proceedings of IEEE Sensors. 2011. p. 1596-1599 6126920.

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

    Ikezawa, S, Wakamatsu, M & Ueda, T 2011, Sensing system for quantitative analysis of metal particles using laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy. in Proceedings of IEEE Sensors., 6126920, pp. 1596-1599, 10th IEEE SENSORS Conference 2011, SENSORS 2011, Limerick, 11/10/28. https://doi.org/10.1109/ICSENS.2011.6126920
    Ikezawa, Satoshi ; Wakamatsu, Muneaki ; Ueda, Toshitsugu. / Sensing system for quantitative analysis of metal particles using laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy. Proceedings of IEEE Sensors. 2011. pp. 1596-1599
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