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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
1995Analytical and Spectroscopic Characterization of Double Resonance Laser Induced Fluorescence of Gold Atoms in a Graphite Furnace and in a FlamePETRUCCI Giuseppe; BEISSLER Hermann; MATVEEV Oleg; CAVALLI Paolo; OMENETTO Nicolo'Articles in Journals
1997Analytical Time Resolved Laser Enhanced Ionization Spectroscopy. I. Collisional Ionization and Photoionization of the Hg Rydberg States in a Low Pressure GasCLEVENGER W.l.; MORDOH L.s.; MATVEEV Oleg; OMENETTO Nicolo'; SMITH B. w.Articles in Journals
1996Development of a Sensor for Element-Specific Determination of Chlorine in Gases by Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS)HAISCH Christophe; NIESSNER Reinhard; MATVEEV Oleg; PANNE Ulrich; OMENETTO Nicolo'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
1997Laser Enhanced Ionization of Mercury Atoms in an Inert Atmosphere with Avalanche Amplification of the Signal.CLEVENGER W.l.; MATVEEV Oleg; CABREDO Susana; OMENETTO Nicolo'; SMITH B. w.; SMITH B.w.; WINEFORDNER JamesArticles in Journals
1997Laser Enhanced Ionization Spectroscopy of Mercury Rydberg States.CLEVENGER W.l.; MATVEEV Oleg; OMENETTO Nicolo'; SMITH B.w.; SMITH B. w.; WINEFORDNER JamesArticles in Journals
2000Laser Induced Population Depletion Effects in Double Resonance Excitation with 202-Hg Vapours.PODSHIVALON A.; MATVEEV Oleg; OMENETTO Nicolo'; SMITH B.w.; WINEFORDNER JamesArticles in Journals
1996Single Photoelectron and Photon Detection in a Mercury Resonance Ionization Photon Detector (RID)MATVEEV Oleg; SMITH B. w.; OMENETTO Nicolo'Articles in Journals
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