Abstract

We have observed optical spectra of beryllium, carbon, and aluminum atoms and ions from particles ejected from foils by impact of uranium ions. The ejected particles responsible for the spectra had energies of the order of 10 keV; neutral and singly ionized species were predominant. This method of producing spectra may be useful in the extension of standard beam-foil techniques and for spectrochemical analyses of microgram quantities of certain materials.

© 1970 Optical Society of America

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