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This work deals with verification of possible applications of Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS) on the analysis of fiber structures. In focuses possibility of using methods for identifications of chromium, with method LIBS in colored polyamides materials. In the experimental part will be performed to determine the element in materials by...
Laser induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS) is interesting method of elemental analyses with high application potential. In this study we developed a novel method of monitoring of environmental contamination by LIBS. As a model pollutant were used nanoparticles of TiO2 with photocatalytic properties. Proposed method is based on collection of monito...
Laser induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS) is a serious method for the chemical analysis of solids. Utilizing the LIBS method we can estimate more than 60 chemical elements.This study presents the measuring accuracy technique in analysis of real textile structure. Concentrations of carbon and titanium in textile fibres were observed at polyester f...
Double-pulse LIBS and ED XRF usabilities for quantitative analysis of Ti in samples of cotton, wool, and viscose fabrics were compared to each other. The analyzed samples were prepared by stippling a particular fabric with TiO2 nanoparticle sol (particle size 100 nm). Both spectrometers were calibrated with the aid of the same sets of authentic fab...
A fast and cheap method for the analysis of macronutrients (K, P, Mg and Ca) in leaves of crop plants (wheat, poppy, barley and rape) using double pulse laser induced breakdownspectrometry (LIBS) is suggested. A commercially available LIBSspectrometer was calibrated with the aid of authentic plant samples previously analysed by AAS and ICP-OES afte...
A method for the analysis of chromium in wool fabric samples was developed. It is fast and cheap with no sample preparation. This method involved the use of double pulse Laser Induced BreakdownSpectrometry (LIBS) for the wool fabric samples dyed by two types of metal complex dyes (C.I. Acid Orange 173 and C.I. Acid Black 60). A commercially availab...
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