Physical properties of PVK doped by AgNPs prepared by laser ablation ab 61.9 € als Taschenbuch: Experimental Physics. Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Wissenschaft, Physik,
Physical properties of PVK doped by AgNPs prepared by laser ablation ab 61.9 EURO Experimental Physics
First implantations of Ba and Cs atoms into solid He by means of laser ablation were done in 1993 at MPQ (Max Planck Institut für Quantenoptik). Solid He is very well suited for high precision spin physics. The implanted atoms diffuse only very slowly out of the investigation region (few hours) in contrast to superfluid He (less than one second). Atoms in solid He are mainly lost due to dimer and cluster formation. A constant number of foreign atoms can be obtained by applying pulses from the same Nd:YAG laser used for the ablation process, thereby destroying the clusters. Longitudinal spin relaxation times of 1 second for Cs in solid He and magnetic resonance linewidths of 2,kHz (two orders of magnitude smaller than in superfluid He) were measured. The lines were broadened by residual magnetic fields and later, linewidths of only 20,Hz were obtained after reduction of magnetic field inhomogeneities. Doped solid He is such a complex and unique system that it has led to many interesting discoveries, some of them are discussed in detail in this work.
The pulsed laser ablation in liquids (PLAL) is a rapidly emerging technique in material science for fabricating metal and metal-oxide nanoparticles. The advantage of this method over the conventional chemical methods is the lower cost, high purity and absence of defects in the formed nanoparticles (NPs). Systems of poly (n-vinylcarbazole) doped with silver nanoparticles (AgNPs) that ablated by nanosecond laser at different laser parameters such as, time of irradiation, source power and photon energy (wavelength) were prepared and studied. Structural, optical, morphological and thermal properties have been investigated using X-Ray Diffraction (XRD), Fourier Transform Infrared (FT-IR), Ultra Violet - Visible Spectra (UV-Vis), Photoluminescence (PL), Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM), Transmission Electron microscope (TEM) and Thermogravimetric Analysis (TGA).