Publication: Research - peer-review › Article in proceedings – Annual report year: 2012
Organic films can be produced either by MAPLE or directly by PLD (Pulsed laser deposition). For a reasonable deposition rate of ng/cm2 per pulse for film production by MAPLE a fluence of 1-1.5 J/cm2 is required at the laser wavelength of 355 nm, while the fluence can be considerably lower at 248 nm. At high fluence the deposition rate of proteins by MAPLE seems to decrease. The surface roughness is still an issue, but at low fluence it seems to be acceptable. The fragmentation rate increases with fluence, and seems to be less pronounced for MAPLE than for PLD. Also this issue is not yet resolved.
|Title||International Symposium on high Power Laser Ablation 2012|
|Publisher||American Institute of Physics|
|Conference||International High-Power Laser Ablation (HPLA) Conference|
|City||Santa Fe, NM|
|Period||30/04/12 → 03/05/12|
|Name||A I P Conference Proceedings Series|
|Citations||Web of Science® Times Cited: 0|
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