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Generation of nanoparticle colloids by picosecond and femtosecond laser ablations in liquid flow
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Fabrication of silvernanoparticlecolloids using ultrashort pulse laser ablation in water is studied. Ablation in liquid flow improves the reproducibility and increases the nanoparticle productivity by 380% compared to stationary liquid.Femtosecond laserablation in water is 20% more efficient than picosecond laser ablation, but due to higher picosecond laser power (higher repetition rate), the nanoparticle productivity at the same pulse fluence is three times higher for picosecond laser ablation. With picosecond laser pulses, the maximum productivity of is achieved at a pulse energy of and repetition rate of .
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