Abstract

A fiber coupled LIBS system is used for detection of mines and explosives. Laser excitation at 1.5 µm is preferred to generate LIBS signals using an Er:Glass microchiplaser as seedlaser for an Yb:Er fiber amplifier

© 2006 Optical Society of America

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