Abstract

Results of a spatio-temporal study of laser induced plasma on the surface of water solutions of Ca++ and Mg++ are given. An initial electronic temperature Te of 28000K is observed at t= 500 ns in the plasma center where the electronic density is equal to 1.25 1018 Cm−3 .

© 2002 Optical Society of America

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