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Portable LIBS Instrument Design Webinar

Posted on: October 13th, 2020

Laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy is used for elemental analysis and utilizes high-powered lasers and spectrometer to analyze a minute sample. While this technique has known for quite sometime, it is only recently that technology has advanced to the point that portable and even handheld instrument design was made possible.

Join Rob Chimenti of RVC Photonics, and member of the physics faculty of Rowan University, along with Damon Lenski from Avantes, and Jason Yager from Lumibird Lasers as they discuss the ins and outs of handheld LIBS instrument design.

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