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Synthesis of materials by ultrafast microexplosion

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6 Author(s)
Arturas Vailionis ; Geballe Laboratory for Advanced Materials, McCullough Bldg. 227, 375 Lomita Mall, Stanford University, Stanford, CA 93204, USA ; Eugene G. Gamaly ; Vygantas Mizeikis ; Wenge Yang
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Microexplosions triggered by single femtosecond laser pulses tightly focussed inside a crystalline or amorphous host can be used to create high-pressure/density forms of nano-materials via an unconventional synthesis pathway: multiply ionized plasma, separation by diffusion, thermal quenching.

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CLEO: 2011 - Laser Science to Photonic Applications

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1-6 May 2011