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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
1990Analytical Note: Optimization of Laser Excited Atomic Fluorescence in a Graphite Furnace for the Determination of ThalliumCAVALLI Paolo; SMITH B.w.; FARNSWORTH P.b.Articles in Journals
1990Computer Modelling of Collection Efficiency of Laser Excited Fluorescence from a Graphite FurnaceSMITH B.w.; FARNSWORTH P.b.Articles in Journals
2000A Differentially Pumped Particle Inlet for Sampling of Atmospheric Aerosols into a Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometer. Characterization and Initital Results.PETRUCCI Giuseppe; CAVALLI Paolo; OMENETTO Nicolo'; FARNSWORTH P.b.Articles in Journals
1990Experimental Demonstration of a Raman Scattering Detector Based on Laser-EnhancedIonizationSMITH B.w.; FARNSWORTH P.b.Articles in Journals
2000Experimental Studies of Charge Transfer Reactions between Argon and the Third Row Metals Ca through Cu in the Inductively Coupled Plasma.FARNSWORTH P.b.; WOOLLEY Alisa; OMENETTO Nicolo'; MATVEEV OlegArticles in Journals
1992Photon Detection Based on Pulsed, Laser-Enhanced Ionization and Photoionization of Magnesium Vapour: Quantum Efficiency versus Ion YieldSMITH B.w.; FARNSWORTH P.b.Articles in Journals
1991Pump and Probe Laser Spectroscopy for the Characterization of Excitation Mechanisms in the Inductively Coupled PlasmaSMITH B.w.; FARNSWORTH P.b.Contributions to Conferences
1990Research Note. Study of Weak Forbidden Transitions by Means of Laser Enhanced Ionisation Spectroscopy in the Air-Acetylene FlameSMITH B.w.; FARNSWORTH P.b.Articles in Journals
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