Quantitative plasma power emission measurements of the effect of increasing laser energy for the interaction of a 193-nm wavelength laser on four selected metals are presented. A correlation between a theoretical model for mass vaporized and increasing laser energy intensity was found for the selected metals.
Zen-Wen Hwang, Ye-Yung Teng, Kuang-Pang Li, and Joseph Sneddon, "Interaction of a Laser Beam with Metals. Part I: Quantitative Studies of Plasma Emission," Appl. Spectrosc. 45, 435-441 (1991)
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