Laser Induced Desorption of Atoms from Metal Particles: Mechanisms and Applications

  • In the last few years, laser induced desorption processes have found a continuously growing interest. High intensity lasers have been used to study photon induced etching and ablation in microfabrication [1]. Another example is laser-induced desorption of large molecules for mass and sequence analysis in biochemical and biophysical research [2]. Furthermore many experiments try to evaluate the fundamental mechanisms underlying laser stimulated desorption of atoms or small molecules [3–5]. MajorIn the last few years, laser induced desorption processes have found a continuously growing interest. High intensity lasers have been used to study photon induced etching and ablation in microfabrication [1]. Another example is laser-induced desorption of large molecules for mass and sequence analysis in biochemical and biophysical research [2]. Furthermore many experiments try to evaluate the fundamental mechanisms underlying laser stimulated desorption of atoms or small molecules [3–5]. Major difficulties of such experiments are to identify the initial electronic excitation and to understand the bond breaking mechanism in detail.show moreshow less

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Author:Michael Vollmer, W. Hoheisel, U. Schulte, F. Träger
Parent Title (English):In: Methods and mechanisms for producing ions from large molecules : [proceedings of a NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Methods and Mechanisms for Producing Ions from Large Molecules, held June 24 - 28, 1990, at Minaki Lodge, Minaki, Canada] / ed. by K. G. Standing ... - New York, NY [u.a.] : Plenum Press, 1991. - ( NATO ASI series : Ser. B ; 269). - ISBN 0-306-44017-2
Document Type:Part of a Book
Language:English
Year of Publishing:1991
Date of Publication (online):2014/01/10
Release Date:2014/01/10
First Page:257
Last Page:264
University Bibliography:Hochschulbibliographie
Licence (German):Creative Commons - Namensnennung, Nicht kommerziell, Keine Bearbeitung