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Nanosecond laser processing with tungsten and tungsten alloys in fusion science applications

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We experimentally used the 532 nm nanosecond laser to characterize the ablation rates of the ITER grade W. In addition, the first laser processing results of tungsten-rhenium alloys will also be reported.

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