Plasma Spectrochemistry

Plasma spectroscopy is a study of electromagnetic radiation emitted from ionized media. The plasma will be considered to have a temperature and degree of ionization sufficiently high so that the radiation is due to atomic rather than molecular processes. In contrast to conventional spectroscopy where it is interested in the atomic structure of an isolated atom, the radiation from plasma depends, not only on the properties of the isolated radiating species, but also on the properties of the plasma in the immediate environment of the radiator. This dependence on the plasma properties is a consequence of the fact that ions and electrons interact with other species via the long-range Coulomb potential.
  • Plasma Spectrochemistry mechanisms
  • Plasma source instrumentation
  • Sample Introduction and Transport Phenomena
  • Laser Assisted Plasma Spectrochemistry
  • Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy
  • Elemental speciation
  • Stable isotope analyses
  • Plasma Mass Spectrometry
  • Bio distribution Analysis Applications

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