Investigation of Short-Time Heat Transfer Effects by an Optical Pump–Probe Method
- Bernard PerrinAffiliated withInstitut de Nanosciences de Paris, UMR 7588 CNRS and University of Pierre and Marie Curie
Non-contact measurements are possible.
The optical penetration length can be extremely short, e.g., 10–30 nm in metals.
Measurements can be made with a broad temporal dynamic range, whether one is working in the frequency domain, e.g., photothermal measurements with modulated optical sources, or in the time domain.
heat diffusion in an opaque film,
heat diffusion in a substrate in the presence of an interfacial thermal resistance,
cooling of a nanoparticle in solution or embedded in a matrix.
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- Investigation of Short-Time Heat Transfer Effects by an Optical Pump–Probe Method
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- Microscale and Nanoscale Heat Transfer
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