Laser Ultrasensitive Photoionization Detection of Rare Elements in Geochemistry, Oceanology and Study of Geological Catastrophes
An investigation of the distribution of the rare elements in the Earth’s crust and in the ocean is of importance for many fields of present-day natural science, including oceanology, geology, geochemistry and cosmochemistry. Among such elements there are noble metals. The research into their geochemical behavior, apart from its scientific importance, is of practical use in search of their new promising sources on land and sea.
KeywordsNoble Metal Electric Field Pulse Rydberg State Excited Atom Rydberg Atom
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