Abstract

An experimental setup is described for measuring laser-induced plasma emission spectra in the near vacuum UV with a Czerny-Turner spectrograph and intensified charge-coupled device under atmospheric pressure. With a simple gas-purge technique, emission lines down to 130 nm could be recorded. The strongest emission lines of bromine, chlorine, and iodine in the near vacuum UV are easily detected.

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