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Laser and electron-beam interactions with solids

proceedings of the Materials Research Society Annual Meeting, November 1981, Boston Park Plaza Hotel, Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

by Materials Research Society. Meeting

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Published by North Holland in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Materials -- Effect of radiation on -- Congresses.,
  • Laser beams -- Congresses.,
  • Electron beams -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

    Statementeditors, B.R. Appleton and G.K. Celler.
    SeriesMaterials Research Society symposia proceedings ;, v. 4
    ContributionsAppleton, B. R., Celler, George K.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTA418.6 .M38 1981a
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvii, 812 p. :
    Number of Pages812
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3485484M
    ISBN 100444006931
    LC Control Number82005017

    Electron Interactions: CONTENTS The interaction and transfer of energy from photons to tissue has two phases. The first is the "one-shot" interaction between the photon and an electron in which all or a significant part of the photon energy is transferred; the second is the transfer of energy from the energized electron as it moves through the tissue. The interaction of electron beams with solid targets has been studied since the early part of the last century. Present interest is spurred on by the fundamental role played by the electron-solid interaction in - among other areas - scanning electron microscopy, .

      Picosecond laser pulse irradiation of single crystalline Si can produce severe damage, including amorphisation. Morphology changes are studied by means of optical and high-voltage-electron microscopy and are found to depend on energy fluence, surface orientation, and by: 1. Laser-driven relativistic electron beam interaction with solid dielectric of a ps petawatt laser beam with solid copper-foil targets at intensities > W/cm2. density induced by a.

    Laser and electron-beam solid interactions and materials processing. New York: North Holland, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: James F Gibbons; L D Hess; T W Sigmon; Materials Research Society. Annual Meeting. 1. Introduction. The goal of this work was to design a reliable ultra-high vacuum (UHV) ion source to load an electron beam ion trap (EBIT) with ions from solid elements. While the use of gases, in particular noble gases, is relatively simple and common practice, the injection of solid elements under UHV conditions is more complex and expensive because of the high heating power of a target or Cited by:


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Laser and Electron-Beam Solid Interactions and Materials Processing (Materials Research Society Symposia Proceedings, Volume 1) [J.F. Gibbons, L.D. Hess, T.W. Sigmon] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Laser and Electron-Beam Solid Interactions and Materials Processing (Materials Research Society Symposia ProceedingsManufacturer: Elsevier Science Publishing Co., Inc.

The interaction of electron beams with solid targets has been studied since the early part of the last century. Present interest is spurred on by the fundamental role played by the electron-solid interaction in - among other areas - scanning electron microscopy, electron-probe microanalysis and Auger electron by: Laser-Solid Interactions and Laser Processing Materials Research Society, Boston (Aip Conference Proceedings) by Symposium on Laser-Solid Interactions and Laser Processing (Author), H.

Leamy (Author), J. Poate (Author), & ISBN About this book. The interaction of electron beams with solid targets has been studied since the early part of the last century.

Present interest is spurred on by the fundamental role played by the electron-solid interaction in - among other areas - scanning electron microscopy, electron-probe microanalysis and Auger electron : Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg. The unique feature of laser beams to deliver intense light at a specific photon energy makes lasers useful and enabling in the processing of advanced materials.

The availability of high-intensity laser sources over a wide spectral and temporal range has inspired advances in both the fundamental understanding of laser-solid interactions and the application of lasers in materials processing and Format: Paperback.

Laser-Beam Interactions with Materials treats, from a physicist's point of view, the wide variety of processes that lasers can induce in materials.

Physical phenomena ranging from optics to shock waves are discussed, as are applications in such diverse fields as semiconductor annealing, hole drilling and fusion plasma production.5/5(2).

Laser Beam Interactions with Solids • In absorbing materials photons deposit energy λ hc E =hv = where h = Plank's constant = x J s c = speed of light • Also photons also transfer momentum p λ h p = • Note: when light reflects from a mirror momentum transfer is doubled • eg momentum transferred from Nd:YAG laser photonFile Size: 1MB.

Laser Beam Interactions with Solids • In absorbing materials photons deposit energy λ hc E =hv = where h = Plank's constant = x J s c = speed of light • Also photons also transfer momentum p λ h p = • Note: when light reflects from a mirror momentum transfer is doubled • eg momentum transferred from Nd:YAG laser photonFile Size: KB.

Laser Beam Interactions with Solids In absorbing materials photons deposit energy hc E hv where h = Plank's constant = x J s c = speed of light Also photons also transfer momentum p h p Note: when light reflects from a mirror momentum transfer is doubled eg momentum transferred from Nd:YAG laser.

of new material structures and in engineering the detailed interactions that occur at surfaces and interfaces. From the earliest work with pulsed ruby lasers, it has been understood that the unique interaction of laser light with a material can lead to permanent changes in thematerial’spropertiesnoteasily irradiation.

In this ASI the emphasis is on fundamental processes occurring in the interaction of short laser pulses with atoms, molecules, solids, and plasmas.

In the case of laser-atom (molecule) interactions, high power lasers provide the first access to extreme high-intensity conditions above 10'8 Watts/em', a new frontier for nonlinear interaction of.

Metallurgists, engineers, and materials scientists will find the book very insightful. Laser and Electron Beam Processing of Materials contains the papers presented at the symposium on "Laser and Electron Beam Processing of Materials," held in Cambridge, Massachusetts, in Novembersponsored by the Materials Research Society.

of the laser. The transverse field of the laser is equivalent to the wiggler with wiggler period equal to the periodicity of the laser (is the length of the one period of the wiggler). Since the laser and the electron beam are counter propagating, the wavelength of the scattered radiation in the forward direction.

Laser and Electron-Beam Solid Interactions and materials Processing the liquid at the interface may sweep the impurity out of the solid to the surface. Pulsed laser annealing studies of Si have shown such segregation, but with distribution coefficients not as small as the equilibrium values.[3].

Laser-driven relativistic electron beam interaction with solid dielectric AIP Conf. Proc. (); / Integrated kinetic simulation of laser-plasma interactions, fast.

Purchase Laser and Electron Beam Processing of Materials - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNElectron beam hollowing in laser–solid interactions. J R Davies 1, J S Green 2,3 and P A Norreys 2,3.

Published 20 July • IOP Publishing Ltd Plasma. Symposium A – Laser and Electron-Beam Interactions with Solids B.R. Appleton, G.K. Celler. Volume 4 - Contents. Page 1 of 6 The nature of the liquid-solid interface and the interfacial instability during laser-induced rapid crystal growth are considered in detail.

Solute concentrations after laser annealing can far exceed retrograde. The application of laser radiation to the processing of silicon and silicon-based solid state devices has developed in the past two decades.

A few of these techniques are becoming established practice in the semiconductor industry, whilst others remain the. Electron-Lattice Interactions and Ultrafast Structural Dynamics of Solids Dissertation the interactions of electrons and lattice vibrations of solids are studied.

Femtosecond laser pulses are used to prepare non-equilibrium states. The pathway of their interaction with the electrons are detected. X-rays and charged massive particles. Estimating the lifetime of an electron on a virtual level with the photon energy of about 1 eV 0 ~ 10 s and assuming the absorption cross section of excited electrons in all virtual levels to be equal to 1, one obtains two-photon absorption cross section to be 2 = 12 n 0.

Similar consideration provides 3 = 13 n Cited by: 1.Recent experiments at the LLNL Petawatt Laser have demonstrated the generation of intense, high-energy beams of electrons and ions from the interaction of ultra-intense laser light with solid targets.

The focused laser intensities are as high as 6×10 20  W/cm 2, at which point the quiver energies of the target electrons extend to ∼10  by: Electron beam hollowing in laser–solid interactions where T is the target temperature, the subscript 0 indicates initial values and α is a constant, Ohmic heating given by ∂T ∂t = ηj2 t C, (3) where C is a constant heat capacity, the assumption of approximate current density balance betweenthebeamandthetarget j+jCited by: