Laser-induced ablation dynamics and flight of thin polymer films

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FRANK, Pascal, James SHAW-STEWART, Thomas LIPPERT, Johannes BONEBERG, Paul LEIDERER, 2011. Laser-induced ablation dynamics and flight of thin polymer films. In: Applied Physics A. 104(2), pp. 579-582. ISSN 0947-8396. Available under: doi: 10.1007/s00339-011-6500-3

@article{Frank2011Laser-16585, title={Laser-induced ablation dynamics and flight of thin polymer films}, year={2011}, doi={10.1007/s00339-011-6500-3}, number={2}, volume={104}, issn={0947-8396}, journal={Applied Physics A}, pages={579--582}, author={Frank, Pascal and Shaw-Stewart, James and Lippert, Thomas and Boneberg, Johannes and Leiderer, Paul} }

Shaw-Stewart, James Leiderer, Paul Lippert, Thomas First publ. in: Applied Physics A :Materials Science & Processing ; 104 (2011), 2. - S. 579-582 Frank, Pascal eng Boneberg, Johannes Laser-induced ablation dynamics and flight of thin polymer films Lippert, Thomas Shaw-Stewart, James 2012-08-31T22:25:04Z Frank, Pascal Leiderer, Paul 2011-11-11T07:45:24Z terms-of-use 2011 Boneberg, Johannes We investigated the ejection dynamics of triazene polymer layers in the thickness range of 40 nm to 600 nm upon nanosecond laser ablation at a wavelength of 532 nm. The ablation is due to laser-induced thermal degradation of a small part of the polymer in contact with the silicon substrate. The subsequent dynamics of the flying polymer layer are measured with sub-nanosecond time resolution. The evaluation of the initial velocity for different film thicknesses gives insight into the energy transfer process during the acceleration of the films.

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