Abstract

Laser-induced plasma spectroscopy (LIPS), also known as laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS), is a form of atomic emission spectroscopy (AES). LIPS is being used as an analytical method by a growing number of research groups [1,2]. The growing interest in LIPS, particularly in the last decade, has led to an increasing number of publications on its applications, both in the laboratory and in industry. Despite all these activities, the LIPS technique is still not widely accepted in analytical chemistry. Nevertheless, the LIP spectrochemical analysis has become an important tool for answering chemical questions and diagnosing industrial problems.

© 2002 Optical Society of America

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