INFLUENCE OF NON-UNIFORM ILLUMINATION ON LASER-INDUCED METAL OXIDATION.

I. Hevesi, L. Nanai, T. Szoerenyi, R. Vajtai

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Abstract

Illumination of thin vanadium sheets by the focused beam of a cw CO//2 laser results in formation of vanadium pentoxide hillocks of height exceeding 1 mm. The circle-symmetrical cone form of the oxide formed follows quite well the profile of the temperature distribution. The hillocks consist of a network of porous tubular needle-like crystals.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationUnknown Host Publication Title
EditorsG.G. Bentini, E. Fogarassy, A. Golanski
PublisherLes Editions de Physique
Pages221-224
Number of pages4
ISBN (Print)2868830420
Publication statusPublished - dec. 1 1986

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Hevesi, I., Nanai, L., Szoerenyi, T., & Vajtai, R. (1986). INFLUENCE OF NON-UNIFORM ILLUMINATION ON LASER-INDUCED METAL OXIDATION. In G. G. Bentini, E. Fogarassy, & A. Golanski (Eds.), Unknown Host Publication Title (pp. 221-224). Les Editions de Physique.