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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
1989Approaching Single Atom Detection with Atomic Fluorescence in a Glow Discharge Atom ReservoirSMITH B.w.; WOMACK J.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
1989Considerations on the Simultaneous Behaviour of the Resonance Fluorescence and Ionization Signals vs Laser Intensity in FlamesSMITH B.w.; JONES B.t.Articles in Journals
1987Estimation of Absolute Number Densities in Atomic Emission, Absorption and Fluorescence Using Line and Continuum SourcesRUTLEDGE M.j.; SMITH B.w.Articles in Journals
1989Evaluation of Three Different Laser Systems for the Determination of Lead by Laser Excited Atomic Fluorescence Spectrometry with Graphite Tube AtomizersSMITH B.w.; VERA J.a.; LEONG M.b.; WOMACK B.Articles in Journals
1990Experimental Demonstration of a Raman Scattering Detector Based on Laser-EnhancedIonizationSMITH B.w.; FARNSWORTH P.b.Articles in Journals
1991Experimental Evaluation of the Autoionization Cross-Section of the Magnesium Transition at 300.9 nm by Laser Induced FluorescenceSMITH B.w.; PETRUCCI G.Articles in Journals
1988Fluorescence Dip Spectroscopy of Sodium Atoms in an Inductively Coupled PlasmaSMITH B.w.Articles 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
1989Laser Excited Atomic Fluorescence Spectrometry Using Graphite Tube Electrothermal Atomisation and Double-Resonance ExcitationSMITH B.w.; VERA J.a.; STEVENSON C.l.Articles in Journals
1988Laser Induced Fluorescence and Electrothermal Atomisation. How Far from the Intrinsic Limit of Detection?SMITH B.w.Articles in Journals
1989Laser Induced Fluorescence and Ionization as Single Atom Detection Techniques. A Critical Evaluation of Several Practical Analytical SystemsSMITH B.w.Articles 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
1991A New Sensitive, High Resolution Raman Detector Based on IonisationSMITH B.w.Articles in Journals
1989On the Observation of an Atomic Fluorescence Double-Resonance Excitation Process in an ICP Induced by a Spectral Continuum SourceSMITH B.w.; MIGNARDI M.a.; SZABO N.j.Articles in Journals
1991On the Possibility of Observing Negative Fluorescence Dips in Laser Induced Fluorescence ExperimentsSMITH B.w.; SIMEONSSON J.Articles 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
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