Abstract

Laser induced breakdown spectra (LIBS) of common biological materials were recorded to evaluate the potential of LIBS as a bioaerosol sensor. Initial results indicate high discrimination and classification capability between common types of bioaerosols. 2000 Optical Society of America

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