KemSU researchers have developed a model for the heating metal nanoparticles by pulsed laser radiation in an inert matrix

05.05.2022 | 20:31

Under the leadership of Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences Alexander A. Zvekov, the university is implementing the project "Experimental and theoretical study of nonlinear absorption mechanisms of laser pulse radiation and mechanical destruction of composites based on transparent matrix and light-absorbing nanoparticles".

The project will last two years, it is aimed at investigating the regularities of interaction between high-power pulsed laser radiation and "transparent matrix - metal nanoparticles" systems. The experimental samples obtained by ablation of nickel, zinc and aluminium in dimethyl sulphoxide were used as study material. The research on the absorption of laser energy by nanoparticles and the resulting effects continues.