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Laser-induced shock waves have found many applications such as artifacts cleaning, material processing, lithotripsy, photo-disruption and nano-surgery. In artifact cleaning, contamination from the surface are removed without damaging the surface. Reasonably higher laser pulse energies help the obtainment of better surface clearness. In laser ablative lithotripsy; the stone is fragmentized, and stone ablation in water showed better results than in air. Chapter 1 reviews the previous experimental work and outlines some theoretical background. Chapter 2 describes the experimental techniques and…mehr

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Laser-induced shock waves have found many applications such as artifacts cleaning, material processing, lithotripsy, photo-disruption and nano-surgery. In artifact cleaning, contamination from the surface are removed without damaging the surface. Reasonably higher laser pulse energies help the obtainment of better surface clearness. In laser ablative lithotripsy; the stone is fragmentized, and stone ablation in water showed better results than in air. Chapter 1 reviews the previous experimental work and outlines some theoretical background. Chapter 2 describes the experimental techniques and Chapter 3 illustrates all results obtained and discusses their impact on laser surface cleaning of surfaces and stone fragmentation. Chapter 4 concludes the main findings and suggests some future work. This book is a valuable source of information to medical doctors, archaeologists, academics and students in the field of science and engineering. It is written in a narrative way with a large number of photos, tables and plots. It needs no deep scientific background to understand.
Autorenporträt
Hanan I.Ibrahim, MSc in Laser Physics from University of Technology-Iraq. She currently is a physics teacher at Ghad School-Iraq. Waleed K.Hammoodi, PhD in Laser Physics from Essex University-UK, is a full professor in laser applications at the University of Technology-Iraq.