Abstract

The mid-infrared emission from a laser-induced-breakdown process between 2 to 5.75 μm was probed for the first time. Emission features from oxygenated carbon-containing breakdown fragments and from alkali metal-containing breakdown fragments have been successfully identified.

© 2007 Optical Society of America

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