Kask, Nikolai E and Leksina, E G and Michurin, Sergei V and Fedorov, Gennadii M (2007) Formation of nanostructures upon laser ablation of a binary Six(SiO2)1-x mixture. Quantum Electronics, 37 (4). pp. 366-371.
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The formation efficiency of fractal nanostructures is studied experimentally depending on the composition of the binary silicon-silica mixture during evaporation by millisecond laser pulse. The influence of percolation on the efficiency of nanostructure formation in a laser plume is discovered. It is found that the efficiency is maximal near the critical densities of atoms in the plasma, which correspond both to the three-dimensional and two-dimensional percolation. The dependences of the effective temperatures of the laser plasma and the intensity of spectral lines on the target composition are presented.
|Deposited By:||Prof. Alexey Ivanov|
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