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000131358 245__ $$aTEMPERATURE DIAGNOSTICS FOR LASER WRITING
000131358 260__ $$bSpringer-Verlag (Springer Series in Chemical Physics 39)$$c1984
000131358 269__ $$a1984
000131358 336__ $$aConference Papers
000131358 500__ $$aPTT, Bern, Switz
000131358 500__ $$aCompilation and indexing terms, Copyright 2008 Elsevier Inc.
000131358 500__ $$a87090150738
000131358 500__ $$aTEMPERATURE DIAGNOSTICS
000131358 500__ $$aLASER WRITING
000131358 500__ $$aTEMPERATURE PROBE
000131358 500__ $$aPLANCK DISTRIBUTION
000131358 500__ $$aINTEGRATION TIMES
000131358 500__ $$aRAMAN FREQUENCY MEASUREMENTS
000131358 520__ $$aInfrared (IR), Raman, and luminescence measurements are discussed with respect to their application as temperature probe during laser writing. IR measurements on the high energy side of the Planck distribution can be applied to a large variety of materials and large temperature ranges. This technique is characterized by a good temperature (approximately 1 deg C) and reasonable spatial (approximately 3 mu m) resolution. Raman measurements require long integration times. The evaluation of temperature from such measurements is difficult: for intensity measurements the spatial and temporal averaging and the (unknown) scattering cross-sections have to be considered whereas pressure effects induced by nonuniform heating are a major problem for interpreting Raman frequency measurements. The application of luminescence measurements to temperature evaluation is limited to a few materials, e. g. III-V semiconductors. A high spatial resolution ( less than equivalent to 1 mu m) allowing evaluation of temperature profiles is demonstrated in (Al,Ga)As.
000131358 6531_ $$aLASER BEAMS -- Applications
000131358 6531_ $$aINFRARED RADIATION - Measurements
000131358 6531_ $$aLUMINESCENCE
000131358 700__ $$aSalathe, R. P.
000131358 700__ $$aGilgen, H. H.
000131358 7112_ $$cBerlin, West Ger
000131358 909C0 $$xU10346$$0252008$$pLOA
000131358 909CO $$pconf$$pSTI$$ooai:infoscience.tind.io:131358
000131358 937__ $$aLOA-CONF-1984-001
000131358 973__ $$sPUBLISHED$$aOTHER
000131358 980__ $$aCONF