Hydrogen Analysis Using Laser Plasma Induced by TEA CO_2 Laser(量子光学,非線形光学,超高速現象,レーザ基礎,及び一般)

元データ 2006-05-26 社団法人電子情報通信学会

概要

In order to overcome the difficulty in hydrogen analysis under high pressure surrounding gas, a new technique was developed. In this technique, we used He metastable states produced in a high pressure He gas breakdown plasma to excite hydrogen atom. It was found that the TEA CO_2 laser was favorable for inducing overwhelming He metastale excited state with the help of a metal target. This technique can be used for gas and metal analysis, while for non metal solid analysis, a metal mesh was placed above the sample surface to initiate the He gas breakdown plasma and the ablated atoms from the sample were sent into the He gas breakdown plasma region to be excited effectively through the He metastable atoms.

著者

MARUYAMA Tadashi Integrated Research Institute, Tokyo Institute of Technology
香川 喜一郎 福井大学教育地域科学部物理学教室
Idris Nasrullah Department Of Physics Faculty Of Mathematic And Natural Sciences Syiah Kuala University
Niki Hideaki Program Of Nuclear Power And Energy Safety Engineering Graduate School Of Engineering University Of
Niki Hideaki Department Of Electrical And Electronics Engineering Faculty Of Engineering Fukui University
MARUYAMA TADASHI Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Faculty of Science, Kobe University
Kagawa Kiichiro Department of Physics, Faculty of Education and Regional Studies, University of Fukui
RAMLI Muliadi Department of Nuclear Power and Energy Safety Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering, Fukui Uni
FUKUMOTO Kenichi Department of Nuclear Power and Energy Safety Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering, Fukui Uni
Kagawa Kiichiro Research Institute Of Nuclear Engineering University Of Fukui
Kagawa Kiichiro Department Of Fiber Amenity Engineering Graduate School Of Engineering Fukui University
Maruyama Tadashi Department Of Nuclear Power And Energy Safety Engineering Graduate School Of Engineering Fukui Unive
Fukumoto Kenichi Research Institute Of Nuclear Engineering University Of Fukui
Idris Nasrullah Department Of Fiber Amenity Engineering Graduate School Of Engineering Fukui University
Ramli Muliadi Program Of Nuclear Power And Energy Safety Engineering Graduate School Of Engineering University Of
Maruyama T Integrated Research Institute Tokyo Institute Of Technology
Maruyama Tadashi Integrated Research Institute Tokyo Institute Of Technology
Maruyama Tadashi Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, Yamagata University

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