A portable double-sided pulsed laser heating system for diamond anvil cells has been developed that is able to stably produce laser pulses as short as a few microseconds with repetition frequencies up to 100 kHz. In situ temperature determination is possible by collecting and fitting the thermal radiation spectrum for a specific wavelength range (particularly, between 650 nm and 850 nm) to the Planck radiation function. Surface temperature information can also be time-resolved by using a gated detector that is synchronized with the laser pulse modulation and space-resolved with the implementation of a multi-point thermal radiation collection technique. The system can be easily coupled with equipment at synchrotron facilities, particularly for nuclear resonance spectroscopy experiments. Examples of applications include investigations of high-pressure high-temperature behavior of iron oxides, both in house and at the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility using the synchrotron Mössbauer source and nuclear inelastic scattering.

Aprilis, G., Strohm, C., Kupenko, I., Linhardt, S., Laskin, A., Vasiukov, D., et al. (2017). Portable double-sided pulsed laser heating system for time-resolved geoscience and materials science applications. REVIEW OF SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS, 88(8) [10.1063/1.4998985].

Portable double-sided pulsed laser heating system for time-resolved geoscience and materials science applications

Cerantola V;
2017

Abstract

A portable double-sided pulsed laser heating system for diamond anvil cells has been developed that is able to stably produce laser pulses as short as a few microseconds with repetition frequencies up to 100 kHz. In situ temperature determination is possible by collecting and fitting the thermal radiation spectrum for a specific wavelength range (particularly, between 650 nm and 850 nm) to the Planck radiation function. Surface temperature information can also be time-resolved by using a gated detector that is synchronized with the laser pulse modulation and space-resolved with the implementation of a multi-point thermal radiation collection technique. The system can be easily coupled with equipment at synchrotron facilities, particularly for nuclear resonance spectroscopy experiments. Examples of applications include investigations of high-pressure high-temperature behavior of iron oxides, both in house and at the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility using the synchrotron Mössbauer source and nuclear inelastic scattering.
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pulsed laser heating; diamond anvil cell; time resolved; synchrotron
English
Aprilis, G., Strohm, C., Kupenko, I., Linhardt, S., Laskin, A., Vasiukov, D., et al. (2017). Portable double-sided pulsed laser heating system for time-resolved geoscience and materials science applications. REVIEW OF SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS, 88(8) [10.1063/1.4998985].
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