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Laser-induced formation of fractal structures in silver colloids and their spectroscopic appearance

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S. V. Karpov, Alexander K. Popov, Vitaly V. Slabko

Krasnoyarsk Univ. and Krasnoyarsk Technical Univ. (Russia)

Proc. SPIE 2796, ICONO '95: Fundamentals of Laser-Matter Interaction, 270 (May 6, 1996); doi:10.1117/12.239756
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  • ICONO '95: Fundamentals of Laser-Matter Interaction
  • Konstantin N. Drabovich; Nikolai I. Koroteev
  • St. Petersburg, Russia | June 27, 1995

abstract

Giant increase (up to 1010 times) of aggregation rate of silver colloids to the fractal structures under influence of optical radiation is found. Spectral, temporal and energy characteristics of the process are investigated. The instantaneous spectral changes are explained by the influence of laser-induced far-ranged electrostatic forces on the fractal aggregation and by the subsequent fractal photomodification.

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S. V. Karpov ; Alexander K. Popov and Vitaly V. Slabko
"Laser-induced formation of fractal structures in silver colloids and their spectroscopic appearance", Proc. SPIE 2796, ICONO '95: Fundamentals of Laser-Matter Interaction, 270 (May 6, 1996); doi:10.1117/12.239756; http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/12.239756


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