Abstract

Laser ablation of organic materials has developed into a technology with considerable potential for important applications in materials processing and medicine.1 The fundamental mechanisms, however, that influence this process are still poorly understood. We have shown that a description of the radiative transport at high intensities accounts for ail quantifiable phenomena that have been observed with UV laser ablation of organic materials.2

© 1990 Optical Society of America

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