Femtosecond laser near field ablation

Cite This

Files in this item

Checksum: MD5:85ea290f4eed505d67c62a35274db8df

PLECH, Anton, Paul LEIDERER, Johannes BONEBERG, 2009. Femtosecond laser near field ablation. In: Laser & Photonics Review. 3(5), pp. 435-451. ISSN 1863-8880. Available under: doi: 10.1002/lpor.200810044

@article{Plech2009Femto-887, title={Femtosecond laser near field ablation}, year={2009}, doi={10.1002/lpor.200810044}, number={5}, volume={3}, issn={1863-8880}, journal={Laser & Photonics Review}, pages={435--451}, author={Plech, Anton and Leiderer, Paul and Boneberg, Johannes} }

eng 2011-03-22T17:51:44Z terms-of-use Femtosecond laser near field ablation Leiderer, Paul Boneberg, Johannes 2011-03-22T17:51:44Z Plech, Anton Boneberg, Johannes First publ. in: Laser & Photonics Reviews 3 (2009), 5, pp. 435-451 The high field strength of femtosecond laser pulses leads to nonlinear effects during the interaction with condensed matter. One such effect is the ablation process, which can be initiated below the threshold of common thermal ablation if the excitation pulses are sufficiently short. This effect leads to structure formation, which is anisotropic because of the polarization properties of the near field and can result in pattern sizes below the resolution limit of light. These effects are explored by temporally resolved scattering methods and by post-mortem analysis to show the non-thermal and anisotropic nature of this process. The near-field distribution of plasmon modes can be tailored to a large extent in order to obtain control of the pattern formation. Leiderer, Paul Plech, Anton 2009

Downloads since Oct 1, 2014 (Information about access statistics)

Leiderer.pdf 1668

This item appears in the following Collection(s)

Search KOPS


My Account