Abstract

Spectral imaging and optical time of flight measurements of nanosecond and femtosecond laser- produced Zircaloy-4 plasmas in Ar and He ambient at reduced pressure levels were employed to measure hydrogen isotopes and hydrodynamics of plume species.

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