November 1, 2022
Conference Paper

Optical spectroscopic tools for standoff uranium detection


Rapid and standoff analysis of uranium is important for many applications. We present the recent advances in standoff detection of uranium using emission and laser-induced fluorescence spectroscopy in conjunction with ultrafast laser filament ablation-based solid sampling.

Published: November 1, 2022


Harilal S.S., E.J. Kautz, and M.C. Phillips. 2022. Optical spectroscopic tools for standoff uranium detection. In Optics InfoBase Conference Papers: Applied Industrial Spectroscopy (AIS 2022), July 11-15, 2022, Vancouver, Canada, Art. No. LTu4B.1. Washington, District Of Columbia:Optica Publishing Group. PNNL-SA-172015.

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